How to Configure Background Jobs with Dotvvm

In this post we have talked about how to configure and run bckground jobs in a Dotvvm Application. Some of the questions you may ask yourself when you decide to use Dotvvm is if you can use the same frameworks and tools you’re used to when you’re using Asp.NetCore, the answer is yes, and this post shows you how to use hangfire in Dotvvm.

Introduction

Most Web Application/Web Sites follow a simple request/response pattern; the user makes a request to a url and a view is returned to their browser, or they send information through input fields, some processing is done, and an acknowledgement is sent back to them with the status of the operation performed. This pattern works for most processes that will happen on a web application, but there are certain situations where this simple Request - Process - Response pattern doesn’t work or aren‘t suitable for.

Background Jobs with Hangfire in ASP.Net Core

This article discusses background jobs; what they are, why use them and how to set them up in an ASP.Net Core Web Application. There are several options for implementing background jobs but the framework of choice here is hangfire because of its ease of entry for beginners.

Takeaway


The takeaways from this article are:

  1. What background jobs are.
  2. What situation requires Background Jobs.
  3. How to use Hangfire to create background jobs in ASP.Net Core.
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