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README.md

SignalR

Async signaling library for .NET to help build real-time, multi-user interactive web applications for the official SignalR Library for .NET see the SignalR Repository

SignalR Objective-C

Extends the reach of the main SignalR project by providing a client that is written in Objective-C and is compaitible with iOS and Mac

What can it be used for?

Pushing data from the server to the client (not just browser clients) has always been a tough problem. SignalR makes it dead easy and handles all the heavy lifting for you.

Documentation

See the documentation and api reference

Installation

CocoaPods

  1. Install CocoaPods (if you have not already done so)
    • $ [sudo] gem install cocoapods
    • $ pod setup
  2. Create or Add SignalR to your "Podfile"
    • pod 'SignalR-ObjC'
  3. Install SignalR-ObjC into your project
    • pod install App.xcodeproj

Running the Samples

  1. Install CocoaPods (if you have not already done so)
    • $ [sudo] gem install cocoapods
    • $ pod setup
  2. cd SignalR-ObjC project directory
  3. $ pod install

Requirements

SignalR-ObjC uses NSJSONSerialization if it is available. You can include one of the following JSON libraries to your project for SignalR-ObjC to automatically detect and use.

ARC Support

SignalR-ObjC requires ARC

LICENSE

MIT License

SignalR-ObjC uses 3rd-party code, see ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS for contributions

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