Checklist: Build Microsoft .NET WebSocket Clients
This checklist provides the steps to enable your .NET Framework application to communicate with Kaazing Gateway using the signed client libraries:
|#||Step||Topic or Reference|
|1||Learn about supported browsers, operating systems, and platform versions.||Release Notes|
|2||Learn how to use the WebSocket API provided by the Kaazing .NET CLient SDK.||Interact with Kaazing Gateway Using the WebSocket API|
|3||Learn how to authenticate your client with the Gateway.||Secure Your Microsoft .NET Client|
|4||Set up logging for your Kaazing .NET client.||Display Logs for .NET Clients|
|5||Troubleshoot the most common issues that occur when using Kaazing .NET CLient SDK clients.||Troubleshoot Your Microsoft .NET Clients|
Microsoft .NET Framework (.NET) provides a common language runtime, base libraries, and development technologies to build applications for Microsoft Windows desktop, mobile and server platforms.
For more information about the .NET Framework, visit http://www.microsoft.com/NET/.
Kaazing Gateway provides client libraries that enable you to use HTML5 Communication protocols (for example, WebSocket and Server-Sent Events) in new or existing .NET Framework applications. For example, you can create a .NET application that receives streaming news data through Server-Sent Events (SSE). The following figure shows a high-level overview of the architecture: