Last post May 27, 2014 08:49 AM by kiquenetavalne
Mar 31, 2014 12:55 AM|yaronsch|LINK
Hi, I have a question about the preffered way to architect my app with SignalR.
Suppose I have 3 applications -
WebApp 1 - a NancyFX app that serves html pages. there's also a SignalR hub for messaging communications between the users of that app. (and sends messages to WebApp2 sometimes)
WebApp 2 - a NancyFX app that serves html pages. there's a SignalR hub to that receives messages from WebApp 1 and updates the users of WebApp 2.
WebApp3 - a self hosted WebAPI that doesn't have a SignalR hub, but sends messages to WebApp2 in order to update it's connected clients.
So my question - is keeping two hubs in WebApp2 and WebApp1 the way to go, or should I have a (scalable) dedicated SignalR server which hosts the hubs of WebApp2 and WebApp1 to facilitate communications?
Apr 09, 2014 04:13 PM|damienBod|LINK
If you use separate hub servers, you will be able to proccess more messages. If you use a scalable SignalR hub server, you can support more users, but have less performance ie. can process less messages
May 27, 2014 08:49 AM|kiquenetavalne|LINK
any final solution with full source code sample?