Here at Tallan, we are excited to announce our recognition as one of Hartford Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in Connecticut!
While the award is a new one for us, we have been celebrating our uniqueness for many years. Our focus on talent has been a leading driver of innovation and year over year growth, but has also lead to increased employee retention and satisfaction in the process. We are committed to bringing out the best in our team, giving them the tools and guidance to deliver innovative software applications and expand their career.
With an eye on expansion to Dallas/Ft. Worth this year, Tallan will continue its accelerated growth, bringing on 45 new team members this year in various regions.
“We have been lucky enough to recruit and retain truly talented technologists and business leaders over the past 30 years,” says…
SignalR is a library in ASP.Net that allows the real-time updating of data between server and client. It proactively pushes content to connected clients instead of waiting for the clients to send a request. This can be leveraged to replace polling and eliminates the need to refresh pages. SignalR also allows management for connections between servers and clients to determine this real-time communication. This functionality can be used from anything ranging from, but not limited to, games to notifications. In this post, I will examine the basic components and set-up of SignalR for an ASP.NET Web App.
There are two main pieces to using the SignalR API: Connections and Hubs.
Connections are the endpoints that represent a user and are used to send content in broadcasts. They can be sent by themselves, or to groups of subscribed users, allowing for greater control…