If you've ever wanted to build a highly responsive app that leverages a real-time communications library, then SignalR is for you! Real-time Web functionality is the ability to have the server push messaging aggressively to the client, rather than relying on the client to make multiple and frequent requests. SignalR is a set of ASP.NET server and client libraries that you can use to build real time, scalable, Web sites and apps. You can use SignalR in both enterprise and consumer apps, and across platforms. This session covers what you need to know to build a SignalR app that connects multiple clients instantaneously.
You will learn:
To use the SignalR libraries
About polling and real-time development techniques
Windows Server 2016 brings new innovations in virtualization, storage, and networking. In this session we provide details on the capabilities in Microsoft System Center 2016, Virtual Machine Manager that enable new scenarios and enhancements to existing scenarios. We provide insight into how we enable the use software defined networking with the network controller, and virtual network appliances to bring agility into their environments. We will also showcase the storage enhancements that enable customers to deploy enterprise class workloads.
HockeyApp helps developers to deliver and maintain successful UWP apps. While in the development phase, you can use HockeyApp to beta distribute your UWP apps to testers. Then, you can take advantage of the HockeySDK and start collecting crash reports for your UWP apps in development, as well as for apps already published to end users via the Store. HockeyApp also provides you with basic user metrics and custom events telemetry to help you understanding the adoption of your app and features. Join us to see how HockeyApp helps you build better UWP apps