I’ve been working on a course! Practical ASP.NET Core SignalR. I’m going to be posting all of the sections as blog posts here on CodeOpinion.com, my YouTube Channel, and free on Teachable. This course is a complete step-by-setup guide on how to build real-time web applications using ASP.NET Core SignalR. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to build real-world, scalable, production applications using the tools and techniques provided in this course.
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Environment / SetupI’ll be using Microsoft Visual Studio Code throughout the course. If you want to follow along, you can use whatever editor or IDE you choose. Nothing in the tutorials are specific to an editor or IDE. If you prefer to use Visual Studio or JetBrains rider, no problem. If you are developing on a Mac or Linux, also not a problem. Just make sure you download the correct .NET Core SDK. What you’ll need:
- Windows, Linux, or MacOS
- .NET Core 2.1
- Visual Studio Code (optional)
Get The Course!You’ve got several options:
- Check out my Practical ASP.NET Core SignalR playlist on my CodeOpinion YouTube channel.
- Access the full course now by enrolling for free on Teachable.
- Follow along with the blog post series here on CodeOpinion.com