An example of how to easily add real-time functionality to a simple ASP.NET e-commerce website
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Real-Time Web Store

The solution forms part of a short series of how to easily add real-time functionality to a simple ASP.NET e-commerce website using Pusher.

Requirements

  • Visual Studio 2010 (for the solution)
  • ASP.NET MVC3 - both projects are ASP.NET MVC3 applications
  • A Pusher account. If you don't have one you can sign up for a free account here.

Projects

RealTimeWebStore_start

A basic e-commerce example with one product and a buy button. No database is used, all data is stored within static variables on the MvcApplication object.

RealTimeWebStore_part1_sln

An example of what the project should look like once the steps within the "The easiest way to add real-time functionality to an ASP.NET application" blog post have been completed.

More

The remainder of the mini-series will be along soon. Be sure to check the Pusher blog or subscribe to the Pusher blog RSS feed for updates.