This section covers server and client API´s for XSockets.NET
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This section covers the API's of XSockets.NET . The target audience is developers, architects and technology freaks.
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This post will guide you through the easy steps of getting your realtime (websocket) development started. It will be short and focus on the things you need, and how to get them. With this release we have taken a huge step, and from now on we will focus on…
This is interview number two in a planned series mini-interviews where we give you the opportunity to meet a few of the developers/architects and other end-users that works with XSockets.NET. First out was Ersin Basaran, working for a digital agency in Is…
In a series of blogposts (mini interviews) we will give you the opportunity to meet a few of the developers/architects and other end-users that works with XSockets.NET. Our main purpose with this interview and the ones that will follow is to let people sh…
Note: There is a complete WebRTC sample in our Virtual Academy that also have a video explaining the introduction to XSockets WebRTC API. Introduction This is an update of our popular post that was originally written in February 2013. The update of the ar…
In this blog post you will meet Johan Öbrell an brilliant developer from Uppsala, Sweden. He is working as a .NET Developer at SourceTech AB. It’s easy to get going so don’t hesitate to start a test project and see if it can fulfill your needs. Johan Öbre…
Release Notes Getting started Virtual Academy Check out our virtual academy that has code samples on GitHub as well as a video with explanations for each sample. v5.0.0 RC2 - 2015-08-04 Note that all users that have v4 will get free upgrade to v5, we will…