Using SignalR to power ASP.NET Dashboards, Part 2

In a previous post, I covered how you can use SignalR to provide real-time communications between a Windows application and a Web page. The idea is that the Windows application could collect different kinds of system health information and provide it to the Web page, which serves as a dashboard. I provided online demos and…


Using SignalR to power ASP.NET Dashboards

Edit:  This is now part 1 of a series.  This post covers SignalR and how it is used to provide real-time “health” updates to a web page. Part 2 covers how to use the .NET PerformanceCounter class to pull actual status information and forward it to the dashboard.   Lately, I have received a number…

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