Last post May 10, 2016 08:38 AM by sw-ing
Apr 19, 2016 07:52 PM|JohnLocke|LINK
If I have multiple SignalR applications, should they all connect to a single instance of a SignalR server/service, or should I have one SignalR instance per application? It makes most sense to me that a single instance of SignalR would host all the connections
for each different application, but perhaps that's not best practice.
If I have two applications and one signalR instance, how do I handle the connection when a user wants to use both apps?
Apr 20, 2016 02:31 AM|Fei Han - MSFT|LINK
In my opinion, if your applications are created to achieve different functionalities or do different performances, you had better to create SignalR service for each application. If you’d like to create server and you want client in different applications,
such as WinForms, WPF and WebForms etc, you could create a SignalR service for these client applications.
Apr 20, 2016 12:07 PM|JohnLocke|LINK
So does each difference SignalR service need to listen on a different port then? Or can each service share a port?
May 10, 2016 08:38 AM|sw-ing|LINK
It seems that they could share same port.