Introduction to SignalR – Creating a Cross-Platform game

Posted by Filip Ekberg on November 29 2012 7 Comments

Have you had a chance to play with SignalR yet? If not, you’re really missing out! While preparing for a Swedish .NET User Group presentation, I did a test screencast on all my content that was going into the presentation. This screencast is uploaded to youtube so go check it out! It’s a bit over 1 hour long but well worth it if you want to get started with SignalR or just get some new inspiration!

Source code available on GitHub.

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7 Responses to Introduction to SignalR – Creating a Cross-Platform game

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  2. Paulo Aboim PintoNo Gravatar says:

    Hello,
    nice tutorial. instead of using the JS/HTML application for Win8 can you have an example for XAML?

    Regards
    Paulo Aboim Pinto
    Odivelas – Portugal

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  5. Filip EkbergNo Gravatar says:

    Paulo, Sorry for the late response. I don’t have an example of that right now, but I don’t see why you should not be able to. Did you try? Let me know if it worked out for you!

  6. GregNo Gravatar says:

    Is the source code for this tutorial available for download someplace?

  7. Filip EkbergNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Greg,

    Sure! It’s available on GitHub: https://github.com/fekberg/Tic-Tac-Toe

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