Last post Dec 20, 2013 09:47 AM by kedarrkulkarni
Dec 20, 2013 09:16 AM|topgun743|LINK
Hi, guys, I am new to SignalR.
Actually I want to implement it in my Asp.net application. But my Team lead wants to know if there are any problems using SignalR as it is RPC based and so not reliable. He prefers Message-Oriented mechanism rather like what SuperWebSocket does.
So my question is: Is there any issue using SignalR given its RPC based mechanism for bidirectional communication, I mean is it reliable in terms of reliable message transfering, that should be lightweight and non-blocking in nature.
Dec 20, 2013 09:47 AM|kedarrkulkarni|LINK
I dont agree that SIgnalR is RPC based so it is not reliabel.
you can find many exmaple of SignalR online which proves that it can scaled well..
moreover, SignalR can use websocket feature of HTML5 if browser supports it... which is what is used by SuperWebSocket.
also, SignalR is updated/maintained by MS itself... so, u can assume it will have added support in the next versions of .Net and so it becomes natural candidate for using with asp.net applications.
hope this helps...