First things first, Hope you all have a good Christmas :)
I’ve been a desktop application developer for the last couple of years but I’m now working on ASP.NET full time (job move :) )
So over the last few days, I’ve found my self wondering more and more about what actually happens when say a new visitor will visit my URL..
I’ve just been working on quite a simple Signal R based app and I have needed a few singletons to be shared across all sessions, now in desktop that’s super simple but I’m not sure with the web at all :(
So basically, here is this question..
What actually does IIS do when say 5 people visit my URL, do they all get a separate instance of the app or do they use the same one? If you could break it down into simple terms, that would be fantastic! :)
Also, Say I’ve got a class library that has a static singleton – with that be the only instance of that class for the all the sessions?
Hopefully that makes sense :)
Thanks for any help!