For my project I’m looking at using signalr
I know about signalR, but I would like to use for everything the ServiceStack, if I use the RabbitMQ plugin.
Oh interesting idea. Hopefully Demis knows.
As ServiceStack only supports HTTP requests atm, the only way to do this “through ServiceStack” is to use long-polling, briefly discussed here:
There are also a couple of posts using ServiceStack with SignalR on:
and a recent answer:
Is it possible to have a recent sample project from ServiceStack, working together with SignalR?
If the above examples aren’t enough, add it as a feature request.
No I will not add a feature request about a sample. thanks any way/
As you wish, but in future that’s how work items are prioritized and queued and where any requested work items should be submitted.
I had asked about that , before 2 months, when I voted about the OWIN, as other community members. This request is not accepted. Today I have to integrate with an external system. which use PowerShell commands and it has high latency. So it is necessary, to push notifications to clients. For this reason, I asked from the beginning. I thought that maybe we can use the Html5 EventSource.
Cool, didn’t know there was a websockets bridge for RabbitMQ.
thanks, It seems a very good solution, as a notification mechanism (at least), if we use the RabbitMQ, behind the service. In this post https://www.rabbitmq.com/blog/2012/05/14/introducing-rabbitmq-web-stomp/
users say that “It works flawlessly, even on Android 2.3 mobile browser”