Andrew Stanton-Nurse

Senior Software Engineer, ASP.NET

Andrew Stanton-Nurse is an engineer on the ASP.NET team. He joined Microsoft full-time in 2009 after graduating from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Through his career he’s worked on most of the ASP.NET stack, from Web Forms, MVC and the first versions of Razor, all the way up through ASP.NET Core, with a little NuGet thrown in. Andrew lives in Seattle with his wife and two cats.

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ASP.NET SignalR 2.4.0 Preview 2

We've just released the second preview of the upcoming 2.4.0 release of ASP.NET SignalR. As we mentioned in our previous blog post on the future of ASP.NET SignalR we are releasing a minor update to ASP.NET SignalR (the version of SignalR for System.Web and/or OWIN-based applications) that includes, support for the Azure SignalR Service, as ...

Announcing ASP.NET SignalR 2.4.0 Preview 1

We recently released the first preview of the upcoming 2.4.0 release of ASP.NET SignalR. As we mentioned in our previous blog post on the future of ASP.NET SignalR we are releasing a new minor update to ASP.NET SignalR (the version of SignalR for System.Web and/or OWIN-based applications) that includes, support for the Azure SignalR Service, ...

The future of ASP.NET SignalR

In ASP.NET Core 2.1, we brought SignalR into the ASP.NET Core family. Many of our users have asked what this means for the previous version of SignalR: ASP.NET SignalR. As a reminder, ASP.NET SignalR is represented by the NuGet package Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR and runs on applications using .NET Framework and System.Web. ASP.NET Core SignalR ...

ASP.NET Core 2.1.0-preview1: Getting started with SignalR

Since 2013, ASP.NET developers have been using SignalR to build real-time web applications. Now, with ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview 1, we're bringing SignalR over to ASP.NET Core so you can build real-time web applications with all the benefits of ASP.NET Core. We released an alpha version of this new SignalR back in October that worked with ASP....