Monthly Archives: September 2017

Using EF Core and SQLite to persist SignalR Group messages in ASP.NET Core

The article shows how SignalR messages can be saved to a database using EF Core and SQLite. The post uses the SignalR Hub created in this blog; SignalR Group messages with ngrx and Angular, and extends it so that users can only join an existing SignalR group. The group history is then sent to the […]

Auto redirect to an STS server in an Angular app using oidc Implicit Flow

This article shows how to implement an auto redirect in an Angular application, if using the OIDC Implicit Flow with an STS server. When a user opens the application, it is sometimes required that the user is automatically redirected to the login page on the STS server. This can be tricky to implement, as you […]

SignalR Group messages with ngrx and Angular

This article shows how SignalR can be used to send grouped messages to an Angular SignalR client, which uses ngrx to handle the SignalR events in the Angular client. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNetCoreAngularSignalR Other posts in this series: Getting started with SignalR using ASP.NET Core and Angular SignalR Group messages with ngrx and Angular Using EF Core […]

Getting started with SignalR using ASP.NET Core and Angular

This article shows how to setup a first SignalR Hub in ASP.NET Core 2.0 and use it with an Angular client. SignalR will be released with dotnet 2.1. Thanks to Dennis Alberti for his help in setting up the code example. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNetCoreAngularSignalR Other posts in this series: Getting started with SignalR using ASP.NET Core […]

Getting started with Angular and Redux

This article shows how you could setup Redux in an Angular application using ngrx. Redux provides a really great way of managing state in an Angular application. State Management is hard, and usually ends up a mess when you invent it yourself. At present, Angular provides no recommendations or solution for this. Thanks to Fabian […]