Using SignalR server from Python code

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What are the available options for integrating Python with SignalR?

The Python code is a part of large 3rd party product, not a matter of language preference. SignalR server provides subscriptions to existing .NET products.

How do I reuse .NET SignalR server with Python?
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There are a few ways and they are all theoretical:

  • IPC - host the python app and the signalr app as different processes and somehow pipe information back and forth using some kind of ipc mechanism (named pipes, tcp, something else).
  • Use IronPython (which probably isn't really an option).
  • Port a lightweight verison of SignalR to python.
I hope this helps you!
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