Developing Real-time mobile apps with SignalR and CosmosDB

English Intermediate Developer Tools

In this session we will learn to quickly create applications in real time with Xamarin, CosmosDB and SignalR through a powerful serverless API and launch it to the Azure cloud in a few minutes minutes. To achieve that we will leverage FaaS (Functions as a Service) SDK to develop serverless Azure Functions with MongoDB API of CosmosDB and Azure SignalR service to reduce the effort in developing and focusing on the integration of our code developed in Xamarin.Forms.


Esteban Solano

Microsoft MVP / Remote Contractor

Works remotely from Costa Rica as a software engineer across mobile, web and cloud with OSS, .NET and Azure related technologies. Awared as Microsft MVP in Developer Technologies category.

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