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Here is a good reason not to totally abandon sync calls just yet. You have just downloaded a new tool from a vendor. You get it working in your AngularJS application. (you spend weeks at this POC) Then you are asked to use one option that has to communicate to your web server. You create OWIN secure applications, so ALL calls must be Authorized! The ...
A "connection" isn't much more than a record in a table. As long as both parties have a "plan" for routing packets from each other, the connection is "open." It doesn't require either end to have a dedicated thread "holding the connection open." It just requires that end party have sufficient information to route and process packets received from the other ...
See Reactive Extensions timers. Otherwise, a traditional timer loop as observed in a Windows Service timer would be my go-to.
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