Azure SignalR Service SDK for .NET helps you to instantly build Azure applications with real-time messaging functionality, taking advantage of scalable cloud computing resources.
This repository contains the open source subset of the .NET SDK.
Azure SignalR Service SDK is supporting ASP.NET Core 3.0 from version
1.1.0-*. Please find package information below.
|Package Name||Description||Target Frameworks||Packages|
|Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.AspNet||The package to use when you are using ASP.NET SignalR||.NETFramework 4.6.1||
|Microsoft.Azure.SignalR||The package to use when you are using ASP.NET Core SignalR||
.NET Standard 2.0
.NET Core App 3.0
|Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.Management||You can use the package to manage ASP.NET Core SignalR clients through Azure SignalR Service directly||
.NET Standard 2.0
.NET Core App 3.0
|Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.Protocols||The package contains the data protocol between the SDK and the Azure SignalR Service||.NET Standard 2.0||
|Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.Emulator||The emulator tool for serverless scenarios||.NET Standard 2.0||
Azure SignalR Service is based on ASP.NET Core SignalR framework, and it supports both ASP.NET Core SignalR and ASP.NET SignalR applications. Both support are generally available. Please note that different frameworks require different Azure SignalR SDK, for ASP.NET Core SignalR, it is package
Microsoft.Azure.SignalR to install, for ASP.NET SignalR, it is package
Package Microsoft.Azure.SignalR is the one to use when you are using ASP.NET Core SignalR. If you are not familiar with ASP.NET Core SignalR yet, we recommend you to read ASP.NET Core SignalR's documentation first.
Follow the tutorial at here to get started with Azure SignalR Service.
More samples on how to use Azure SignalR Service can be found here.
There're two versions of SignalR: ASP.NET SignalR and ASP.NET Core SignalR. The ASP.NET Core version is not a simple .NET Core port of the original SignalR, but a rewrite of the original version. As a result, ASP.NET Core SignalR is not backward compatible with ASP.NET SignalR (API interfaces and behaviors are different). If it is the first time you try SignalR, we recommend you to use the ASP.NET Core SignalR, it is simpler, more reliable, and easier to use.
Please make sure ASP.NET SignalR client version is using 2.4.0 or above.
Package Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.AspNet is the one to use when you are using ASP.NET SignalR. If you are not familiar with ASP.NET SignalR yet, we recommend you to read ASP.NET SignalR's documentation first.
Samples on how to use Azure SignalR Service can be found here
Management API only supports ASP.NET Core SignalR.
Package Microsoft.Azure.SignalR.Management is the one to use when you want to manage SignalR clients through Azure SignalR Service directly such as broadcast messages. This SDK can be but not limited to be used in serverless environments. You can use this SDK to manage SignalR clients connected to your Azure SignalR Service in any environment, such as in a console app, in an Azure function or in an App Server.
More details can be found here.
The sample on how to use Management SDK to redirect SignalR clients to Azure SignalR Service can be found here.
The following documents describe more details about Azure SignalR Service.
Contributions are highly welcome. Keep reading if you want to contribute to our repository.
See Building Documents for more details.
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