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Awesome Blazor Awesome

A collection of awesome Blazor resources.

Blazor is a .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly.

Contributions are always welcome! Please take a look at the contribution guidelines pages first. Thanks to all contributors, you're awesome and wouldn't be possible without you!

If you need to search on this list you can try this great website: Awesome Blazor Browser. Thanks @jsakamoto for this! Source code stars last commit.

Contents

Introduction

What is Blazor?

Blazor is a .NET web framework to build client web apps with C#.

Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. Both client and server code is written in C#, allowing you to share code and libraries. More information on the official Blazor website.

Get started

To get started with Blazor, follow the instructions in the Blazor Get Started documentation.

Doing the Build a web app with Blazor learning session on Microsoft Learn can also be a good idea. Another great resource to start is the beginner serie by Jeff Fritz on Channel9 or YouTube.

General

Templates

Sample Projects

Authentication

CMS

  • Blogifier - GitHub stars GitHub stars .NET 5 ASP.NET Core Blogging application with Blazor Admin Dashboard. Demo.
  • eShopOnBlazor - GitHub stars last commit Migration of a traditional ASP.NET Web Forms app to Blazor.
  • JHipster.NET stars last commit JHipster is a well-known platform for generating modern application in java world. JHipster provides a blueprints system that allows to override the default behavior of the generator. JHipster.NET is a blueprint that overrides the back-end part, originally generated in spring boot, by back-end in asp.net core. For the front-end all the common language can be used (angular, react), including Blazor.
  • RapidCMS - stars last commit A code-first, extensible Blazor app that generates a CMS for your own database.
  • BlazorShop - stars Last commit Simple shop application built with Blazor WebAssembly.
  • Umbraco9 & Blazor WASM Starter Site - last commit A simple starter site for Umbraco v9, making use of Blazor WebAssembly with Tailwind CSS/UI. A project that I use to play around and experiment with Umbraco 9, Blazor WebAssembly, TailwindCSS, the Block List Editor, and several other concepts.

Games

  • Trains.NET - stars last commit 2D game built with .NET and C# on a Twitch stream. Trains is available to play online at wengier.com/Trains.NET.
  • AsteroidsWasm - stars last commit Collection of .NET 5 C# applications consuming a single .NET Standard project running in: Blazor Client (WebAssembly), Blazor Server, Electron (via Blazor Server), WPF, WinForms, Xamarin. Demo.
  • DiabloBlazor - stars last commit Blazor port of DiabloWeb, making it a double WebAssembly app: a WebAssembly (C#) PWA hosting a WebAssembly (C++) game. Demo.
  • Board Games - stars last commit Fusion + Blazor sample and a fully functional web app allowing you to play real-time multiplayer board games. Demo.
  • Wolfenstein 3D ported to Blazor - stars last commit Wolfenstein 3D ported to modern C# and Blazor. Article.
  • ZXSpectrum - last commit ZX Spectrum emulator running on Blazor WebAssembly. Demo.
  • WordleBlazor - last commit Simple clone of popular Wordle game in Blazor. Demo.

Hybrid

IoT

  • PresenceLight - stars last commit PresenceLight is a solution to broadcast your various statuses to a Phillips Hue or LIFX light bulb. Some statuses you can broadcast are: your availability in Microsoft Teams, your current Windows 10 theme, and a theme or color of your choosing. Blog post. Demo video.
  • Meadow Weather - last commit In this sample, a Meadow microcontroller polls data from a LM35 temperature sensor. That data is sent via HTTP request to an API controller endpoint and stored in a database where it can be visualized in a chart using a Blazor web app.

Machine Learning

  • Scalable sentiment analysis - stars last-commit A sample ables to make sentiment analysis prediction/detection of what the user is writing in a very UI interactive app (Blazor based) in the client side and running an ML.NET model (Sentiment analysis based on binary-classification) in the server side.
  • optimizer.ml - stars last-commit A "server-less" general purpose optimization suite for algorithm parameters. Also provides offline optimization of Quantconnect Lean trading algorithms. Demo (https://optimizer.ml).
  • Baseball Machine Learning Workbench - stars last-commit A web application that showcases performing what-if analysis using in-memory Machine Learning models. Live demo.
  • BlazorML5 - last-commit ML5 Machine Learning for Blazor with JSInterop mechanism.

Mobile

Rapid Development Framework

  • WalkingTec.Mvvm (WTM) - stars last commit A development framework based on .NET Core and EF. It supports Blazor, Vue, React and LayUI with one click code generation for CRUD, Import/Export, etc. Website.

ToDos

  • TodoApi by David Fowler - stars last commit Todo application by David Fowler in .NET 7 that features an ASP.NET Core hosted Blazor WASM front end application and an ASP.NET Core REST API backend using minimal APIs.
  • Bolero.TodoMVC - GitHub stars GitHub stars A TodoMVC clone using Bolero.

Others

Tutorials

Libraries & Extensions

Reusable components like buttons, inputs, grids and more. See also the Blazor component bundles feature comparison chart.

Component bundles

  • FAST - GitHub stars last commit GitHub licence FAST is a collection of technologies built on Web Components and modern Web Standards, designed to help you efficiently tackle some of the most common challenges in website and application design and development. FAST & Blazor documentation.
  • Ant Design Blazor - GitHub stars last commit A set of enterprise-class UI components based on Ant Design and Blazor. (Docs as Demo).
  • MudBlazor - stars last commit MudBlazor is an ambitious Material Design component framework for Blazor with an emphasis on ease of use and clear structure. It is perfect for .NET developers who want to rapidly build web applications without having to struggle with CSS and Javascript. MudBlazor, being written entirely in C#, empowers them to adapt, fix or extend the framework and the multitude of examples in the documentation makes learning MudBlazor very easy. Documentation. Demo.
  • Blazorise - GitHub stars last commit Components for Blazor with support for Bootstrap, Bulma, AntDesign and Material CSS. (Bootstrap Demo), (Bulma Demo), (AntDesign Demo), (Material Demo).
  • MASA Blazor - stars last commit A set of enterprise-class UI components based on Material Design and Blazor. It's an almost perfect copy of Vuetify, and Long-term roadmaps have been mapped out. It is powered by the MASA team and remains free and open source. Documentation. Pro Demo.
  • Radzen.Blazor - GitHub stars last commit Native UI components for Blazor. DataGrid, DataList, Tabs, Dialog and more. (Demo).
  • BlazorStrap - GitHub stars last commit Material Design components for Blazor. Bootstrap 4 components for Blazor (Demo).
  • FAST Blazor - GitHub stars last commit A lightweight wrapper around Microsoft's official FluentUI Web Components for use with .NET 6.0 Razor views & Blazor. (Samples & demo).
  • Element-Blazor - GitHub stars last commit A blazor component library using Element UI. API imitates Element, CSS directly uses Element's style, HTML structure directly uses Element's HTML structure. Blazor WebAssembly Version demo. Blazor WebAssembly Version PWA Mode demo.
  • BlazorFluentUI - stars last commit Simple port of FluenUI/Office Fabric React components and style to Blazor. Client-side demo (WebAssembly). Server-side demo (SignalR).
  • BootstrapBlazor - stars last commit Reusable bootstrap components for Blazor. (Docs as Demo).
  • ComponentOne Blazor UI Components - External link. A fast datagrid, listview, input and other native Blazor components for server and client-side apps.
  • DevExpress Blazor UI Components - stars last commit A set of native UI Blazor components (including a Data Grid, Pivot Grid, Scheduler, and Charts) for both Blazor server-side and Blazor client-side platforms.
  • Syncfusion Blazor UI Components - GitHub stars last commit The most comprehensive native Blazor component library including Data Grid, Charts, Scheduler, Diagram and Document Editor components. (Demo).
  • ADMINLTE - stars last commit ADMINLTE for Blazor is a collection of reusable components, with which you can easily develop digital services as a designer or developer. Think of buttons, form elements and page templates. This project adapts ADMINLTE 3 so the components can be used from dotnet core Blazor.
  • Blazority - GitHub stars last commit Blazor component library based on the Clarity UI design. 30+ components including Datagrid and Tree-view (Docs & Demos).
  • Makani - GitHub stars last commit Lightweight, customizable, and performance oriented component library for Blazor and .NET MAUI Hybrid. Built with TailwindCSS. Demo.
  • Material.Blazor - stars last commit An alternative Material Theme Razor Component Library. Material.Blazor focuses sharply on giving you pure markup from Google's material-components-web - we don't try to sit between you and your use of Google's CSS and SASS because they do it better than we ever could. We also have some cool "plus" components. See our demo and comprehensive documentation.
  • Majorsoft Blazor Components - GitHub last commit GitHub Repo stars Majorsoft Majorsoft Blazor Components is a set of UI Components and other useful Extensions for Blazor applications. All components are free and available on NuGet. The main goal of this project is to provide an easy to use, feature reach set of customizable components with other useful extensions. NuGet Demo app Docs.
  • MComponents - stars last commit Open Source MIT Blazor Components: Grid, Select, Wizard etc.
  • PanoramicData Blazor UI Components - stars last commit An open source library of Blazor components including Table, Tree, ToolBar and FileExplorer. Demo.
  • HAVIT Blazor - GitHub stars last commit Bootstrap 5 components + additional components built on top of Bootstrap 5 (grid, autosuggest, message-boxes, atc.). Enterprise project template with gRPC code-first client/server communication, localization and more. Interactive documentation & Demos.
  • Blazority - GitHub stars last commit Blazor component library based on the Clarity UI design. 30+ components including Datagrid and Tree-view (Docs & Demos).
  • Telerik UI for Blazor - External link (telerik.com). A native set of UI components for Blazor, including grid, charting, and calendar components.
  • Start Blazoring - A Blazor starter template built using your choice of Blazorise or MudBlazor, with more UI library integration coming. It offers a myriad of features such as user registration, login, password reset, two factor; user management, roles, permissioning; background workers, logging, caching, email templates, localization and many more.
  • Smart UI for Blazor - last commit Component library for Blazor including Grid, Kanban, Gantt, Chart, Docking, Pivot and more. Website.
  • TabBlazor - last commit Blazor Admin theme built on top of Tabler UI. Minimal javascript. Demo.
  • Blazor.Ionic - GitHub stars last commit Ionic framework integration for Blazor.
  • Blazor Controls Toolkit - Complete toolset for implementing commercial business applications. It includes the equivalent of all Bootstrap JavaScript components, all html5 input types with widgets fallbacks, advanced editable components like DataGrid, TreeView, DetailView, ModalDetail, DetailList. All components have default customizable templates, and support virtualizazion and Drag & Drop. Component rendering is meta-data driven, so component configuration is in part automatic, and in part can be driven with data annotations. The toolset includes also query tools, to issue complex local or remote queries, changes-tracking tools to send only the changed records to the server, advanced validation attributes, globalization tools, "Behaviors" that modify existing components, state management and save, and more.
  • BlazorOcticons - last commit Github Octicons created as a .razor components and available via the NuGet package. The project website is an example using the generated components.
  • Nevron Open Vision Components for Blazor - Paid External link Diagram, Chart, Text Editor, Gauge, Barcode, and User Interface components for Blazor. Demo.

Individual components

API

Charts

CSS

  • BlazorSize - stars last commit BlazorSize is a JavaScript interop library for Blazor that is used to detect the Browser's current size, change in size, and test media queries.
  • BlazorAnimation - stars last commit A Blazor component based on animate.css to easly animate your content. Demo.

Datagrids / tables

  • Grid.Blazor - stars last commit Grid component with CRUD forms for Blazor and ASP.NET MVC, supporting filtering, sorting, searching, paging, subgrids and others (Demo).
  • BlazorGrid - GitHub stars last commit Virtualized data grid component with lean markup, focused on displaying remote data. (Demo & documentation).

Date & time

  • BlazorDateRangePicker - stars last commit A date range picker component library for Blazor. Demo.
  • Toast_UI.Blazor_Calendar - last commit A fully featured calendar UI component for viewing and creating events, tasks, and milestones. Month, week, and daily views. Blazor Calendar wraps the fully featured Toast UI Calendar JS library. MIT License. Sample project.

Maps

Modal, Toast & Notifications

  • Blazored.Modal - GitHub stars last commit A JavaScript free modal library for Blazor and Razor Components applications.
  • Blazored.Toast - GitHub stars last commit A JavaScript free toast library for Blazor and Razor Component applications.
  • Blazor.Sidepanel - GitHub stars last commit A powerful and customizable Sidepanel implementation for Blazor applications.

Tabs

  • BlazorXTabs - last commit An extended tabs component library providing various tab features for Blazor.

Testing

  • bUnit - a testing library for Blazor components - stars last commit A testing library for Blazor Components. You can easily define components under test in C# or Razor syntax and verify outcome using semantic HTML diffing/comparison logic. You can easily interact with and inspect components, trigger event handlers, provide cascading values, inject services, mock IJsRuntime, and perform snapshot testing.
  • Verify.Blazor - a snapshot testing library for Blazor components - stars last commit A snapshot testing library for Blazor Components. Supports rendering Blazor Components to a snapshot file via bunit or via raw Blazor rendering.

Others

  • Stl.Fusion - GitHub stars last commit .NET Core and Blazor library that attempts to dramatically improve the way we implement real-time and high-load services by introducing a novel kind of "computed observables" - immutable, thread-safe, and most importantly, almost invisible for developers. Samples. Overview.
  • BlazorContextMenu - GitHub stars last commit A context menu component for Blazor (Demo).
  • Z.Blazor.Diagrams - stars last commit A fully customizable and extensible all-purpose diagrams library for Blazor, inspired by the popular react-diagrams library, with many additions. Demo.
  • Blazored.Typeahead - GitHub stars last commit Auto-complete textbox with local and remote data source, for both Client-side and Server-Side Blazor.
  • Blazor-DragDrop - stars last commit Easy-to-use Drag and Drop library for Blazor.
  • BlazorDownloadFile - stars last commit Blazor download files to the browser from c# without any JavaScript library or dependency. BlazorDownloadFile is the solution to saving files on the client-side, and is perfect for web apps that generates files on the client. However if the file is coming from the server we recommend you to first try to use Content-Disposition attachment response header as it has more cross-browser compatibility.
  • Excubo.Blazor.Diagrams - stars last commit Interactive diagram component (flowcharts, UML, BPMN, ...), customizable and extensible according to user needs (node types, styles). Demo.
  • Blorc.PatternFly - stars last commit Blazor wrappers for PatternFly. To view the latest develop branch in action, visit the demo app.
  • BlazorTransitionableRoute - stars last commit Allows current and previous route to exist enabling transition animations of UI/UX design systems.
  • Razor.SweetAlert2 - last commit Blazor component implementing the popular SweetAlert2 JavaScript Library.
  • BlazorMonaco - last commit Blazor component for Microsoft's Monaco Editor which powers Visual Studio Code. (Demo).
  • Blazor.Grids - last commit Component library for CSS grids with extra features, such as moving and resizing interactively. Create your own dashboard with ease. (Demo).
  • Blazor.TreeViews - last commit Component library for tree views. (Demo).
  • GEmojiSharp.Blazor - last commit GitHub Emoji for Blazor (Demo).
  • Texnomic.Blazor.hCaptcha - last commit hCaptcha Component for Server-Side Blazor.
  • BlazorLocalizationSample GitHub stars last commit The default project template localized using XLocalizer with online translation and auto resource creating.
  • TimeCalc - last commit An app to help keep track of speed cubing averages on the fly using Blazor WebAssembly. Demo.
  • BlazorSliders - last commit Create multiple panels separated by sliding splitters.
  • BlazorTimeline - stars last commit Responsive, vertical timeline component.
  • BlazorTypewriter - last commit A typewriter effect for Blazor.
  • BlazorMergely - last commit An implementation of Blazor diff and merge component based on Mergely with server side support.
  • MetaMask.Blazor - last commit A library that provides an easy helper to use MetaMask with Blazor WebAssembly.
  • Blazor File Drop Zone - last commit Surround an "input type=file" element by this Blazor component to making a zone that accepts drag and drops files (Demo).
  • BlazorCurrentDevice - last commit Device detection for blazor using current-device.js.
  • BlazorStyledTextArea - last commit A textarea with style. This component essentially remains and works as a textarea but can have any of the text styled based on your application needs. Its simplicity is purposefully designed to avoid the complexities and issues that come with rich text editors.

Tools & Utilities

Libraries and extensions for state management, cookies, local storage and other specific tools.

  • Fluxor - GitHub stars last commit Zero boilerplate Flux/Redux library for DotNet.
  • Blazored.LocalStorage - GitHub stars last commit A library to provide access to local storage in Blazor applications.
  • Blazor-State - GitHub stars last commit Manage client side state in Blazor using MediatR pipeline.
  • bUnit - a testing library for Blazor components - GitHub stars last commit A testing library for Blazor Components. You can easily define components under test in C# or Razor syntax and verify outcome using semantic HTML diffing/comparison logic. You can easily interact with and inspect components, trigger event handlers, provide cascading values, inject services, mock IJsRuntime, and perform snapshot testing.
  • TextCopy - GitHub stars last commit A cross platform package to copy text to and from the clipboard. Supports Blazor via the Clipboard Browser API.
  • CssBuilder - GitHub stars last commit CssBuilder is a Builder pattern for CSS classes to be used with Razor Components.
  • Blazor.FileSystemAccess - GitHub stars last commit A Blazor wrapper for the browser File System Access API.
  • Blazor.Polyfill - GitHub stars last commit Polyfills for Blazor (for Internet Explorer 11 support and some other browsers).
  • Blazor I18n/Localization Text - stars last commit Localizing contents text in Blazor (Demo).
  • BlazorGoogleMaps - stars last commit Blazor interop for GoogleMap library.
  • BlazorWorker - stars last commit Library for creating DotNet Web Worker threads/multithreading in Blazor. Live demo.
  • MvvmBlazor - stars last commit BlazorMVVM is a small framework for building Blazor and BlazorServerside apps. With it's simple to use MVVM pattern you can boost up your development speed while minimizing the hazzle to just make it work.
  • Blazor.BrowserExtension - stars last commit Develop browser extensions/addons with Blazor WebAssembly. Tested with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and MS Edge.
  • Blazor Analytics - Blazor extensions for Analytics.
  • Blazor PDF - stars last-commit Generate de PDF document with iTextSharp from a Blazor Server App.
  • BlazorRouter - stars last commit BlazorRouter is an awesome router inspired by react-router, providing declarative routing for Blazor.
  • DataJuggler.Blazor.FileUpload - stars last commit Wrapper for Steve Sanderson's BlazorFileInput component.
  • BlazorPrettyCode - Blazor Code Component for documentation sites. Demo.
  • Blazor.EventAggregator - Lightweight Event Aggregator for Blazor (Razor Components).
  • Blazor Gamepad - Provides gamepad API access for Blazor.
  • Blazor Hotkeys - A library to provide configuration-centric keyboard shortcuts for Blazor.
  • BlazorRealm - Redux state management for Blazor.
  • Blazor.LocalFiles - Open files in your browser and load into Blazor.
  • Blazor.SpeechSynthesis - last commit A library to provide Speech Synthesis API access for Blazor.
  • Blazor BarCode – A barcode library for Blazor using barcode fonts.
  • BlazorState.Redux - last commit Develop Blazor apps with Redux.
  • Howler.Blazor - last commit A Blazor JSInterop wrapper for Howler.js, an audio library.
  • jsMind.Blazor - last commit A Blazor JSInterop wrapper for jsMind, a MindMapping tool.
  • Blazor Highcharts - last commit A port of the popular Highcharts library. Demo.
  • Blazor.LazyStyleSheet - last commit Lazy loading for CSS style sheets.
  • Blazor.ScriptInjection - stars last commit Smart script tags in Blazor components, ideal for lazy loading of javascript files.
  • DnetIndexedDb - last commit Blazor Library for IndexedDB DOM API.
  • BlazorIndexedDbJs - last commit BlazorIndexedDbJs is a wrapper arround IndexedDB DOM API, supports Blazor WASM and Server.
  • Blazor-Color-Picker - last commit Opens a palette with the Material colors for Blazor application.
  • Blazm.Bluetooth - last commit A Blazor library for connecting to devices using Bluetooth.
  • WebBluetooth - last commit Blazor service for the experimental WebBluetooth functions. Based on Blazm.Bluetooth.
  • BlazorApplicationInsights - last commit Application Insights for Blazor web applications.
  • Blazor Printing - last-commit Print and save PDF documents with a native print dialog in a Blazor Server or client Application.
  • BlazorTemplater - last-commit Use .razor components to render HTML strings for email content.
  • MediaSession.Blazor - last-commit A Blazor JSInterop wrapper for Media Session API. The Media Session API provides a way to customize media notifications. (Demo).
  • BlazorAntivirusProtection - stars last commit Antivirus protection for Blazor Wasm projects. This package attempts to guard against false positives from antiviruses that flag Blazor Wasm as malware, until Microsoft gives us an official solution.
  • Phork.Blazor.Reactivity - last commit An unopinionated Blazor state management library that utilizes INotifyPropertyChanged and INotifyCollectionChanged .NET interfaces to automatically detect state changes in components.

Others

  • Blazor Extensions Home - GitHub stars Home for Blazor Extensions.
  • Bolero - GitHub stars last commit Blazor for F# with hot reloaded templates, type-safe endpoints and routing, remoting, and much more.
  • BlazorFabric - GitHub stars last commit Blazor port of Microsoft UI Fabric with fluent design. (Demo).
  • BlazorWebView - GitHub stars last commit Blazor WebView control for WPF, Android, macOS, iOS. Run Blazor on .NET Core and Mono natively inside a Webview. Documentation.
  • BlazorLazyLoading - GitHub stars last commit Production ready lazy loading implementation. Full lazy loading support for WASM and Server (pages, components, dlls) with abstractions to implement modularization if you wish (custom endpoints, custom manifests, etc).
  • Fun.Blazor - stars last commit This is a project to make F# developer to write blazor easier - Use F# for Blazor, Computation expression (CE) style DSL for internal and third party blazor libraries, Dependency injection, Adaptive and Elmish models, Giraffe style routing, Type safe style.
  • Blazor.DownloadFileFast - stars last commit Fast download of files to the browser from Blazor without any javascript library reference or dependency. (Demo).
  • SpotifyService - stars last commit A high-level Spotify API library for Blazor WebAssembly projects that enables Spotify playback in the browser, manages OAuth 2.0 authorization, provides easy access to the Spotify Web API and uses IndexedDB caching.
  • Blazor.DynamicJavascriptRuntime.Evaluator - stars last commit Execute dynamic object expressions as Javascript in Blazor client-side apps.
  • Bionic - An Ionic CLI clone for Blazor projects.
  • EventHorizon Blazor TypeScript Interop Generator - last commit This project takes in a TypeScript type definition file and creates a .NET Core project that will work with the provided Interop abstraction project.
  • Generators.Blazor - last commit Generators.Blazor is a source generator for improving performance in Blazor. The project also contains analyzers to detect common issues in Blazor apps.

Real-World applications

  • Try .NET - GitHub stars last commit Try .NET provides developers and content authors with tools to create interactive experiences.

Videos

  • Use the IDE to make a Fluxor CRUD Application | Blazor IDE Part 2 - duration November 18, 2022 - Use the IDE to make a Fluxor CRUD Application.
  • What's new for Blazor in .NET 7 | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Blazor in .NET 7 is loaded with many new improvements to make building beautiful interactive web UI easier and more productive. In this session we'll take a look at the new support for custom elements, improved data binding, handling location changing events, showing loading progress, dynamic authentication requests, and more.
  • Build an Audio Browser app with Blazor | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - So you’ve heard about new features in .NET 7, but how does it all fit together when you build an app? Join Steve as he quickly builds an end-to-end audio manager app with Blazor WebAssembly using features old and new. This is a moderately advanced talk (it assumes existing Blazor knowledge) full of hints and tips including: cleaner ways to organize JS interop, directly accessing files on an end user’s filesystem, dynamically generating SVGs, creating an elegant “loading” experience, and the performance impact of AOT compilation. Full source code is provided!
  • .NET ❤️’s WebAssembly in .NET 7 | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - .NET 7 introduces powerful new capabilities for running .NET code on WebAssembly. In this session we’ll show how you can run .NET from any JavaScript code using the new and improved JavaScript interop support. We’ll look at debugging and hot reload improvements for .NET on WebAssembly and show how the .NET WebAssembly build tools in .NET 7 take advantage of the latest WebAssembly features like SIMD and Exception Handling to improve performance. We’ll also check out some upcoming and experimental .NET WebAssembly capabilities like support for multithreading.
  • Testing Blazor Applications with Playwright | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Testing is hard, testing takes time to learn and to write, and time is money. As developers we want to test. We know we should but we don't have time. So how can we get more developers to do testing? We can create better tools. Let me introduce you to Playwright - Reliable end-to-end cross browser testing for modern web apps, by Microsoft and fully open source. Playwright's codegen generates tests for you so now you really have no excuses. It's time to play your tests wright.
  • Create native desktop & mobile apps using web skills in Blazor Hybrid | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Are you a web developer and need to target iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows? Ship directly to the store and build world class apps with native API access with .NET MAUI and Blazor Hybrid.
  • Modernize your WPF and Windows Forms application with Blazor | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Desktop is not dead and there are a lot of applications written in WPF and Windows Forms that need to be ported to Web, or reuse ready components written by the web team. Blazor can be the answer for both the requirements thanks to Blazor Hybrid. Let’s see how you can use it.
  • CSS Techniques for Blazor Developers | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Does your CSS code remind you of an episode of Hoarders? In this session we’ll explore a variety of CSS related architecture decisions that Blazor developers face. Attendees will learn how and when to use plain CSS, Sass or CSS Isolation with Blazor. Modern CSS techniques like custom CSS properties will be discussed. We’ll explore techniques to build modular and intelligent CSS by leveraging CSS principals and incorporating helper libraries. This session aims to break the dependency on CSS systems like Bootstrap and Tailwind.
  • Azure Static Web Apps with Blazor and .NET | .NET Conf 2022 - duration November 10, 2022 - Are you a .NET developer who wants to quickly build and deploy full-stack .NET serverless applications? Then this talk is for you! In this session, we will learn how to use Azure Static Web Apps with Blazor and .NET. First, we will explore Azure Static Web Apps. Then take a look at getting started with Blazor WebAssembly paired with the serverless power of .NET Azure Functions or Azure Container Apps. We will continue on to explore other .NET API options now available. And finally, we will discover how to automatically build and deploy to Azure directly from our code repository.
  • Localization in Blazor: Carl Franklin's Blazor Train Ep 90 - duration November 3, 2022 - Carl shows how to easily support multiple languages in a Blazor WebAssembly application.
  • Building "Next Tech Event" using Blazor and RavenDB Part 12 - duration November 2, 2022 - Part 12 of the project "NextTechEvent", a site that will help speakers, organizers, and attendees find their next tech event. In this stream, we add search functionality using RavenDB by adding an index. A way for organizers to filter conferences by name, country, location, city, and tags or a combination of them. This way we can see how many conferences are happening in "Stockholm" or all the conferences named "NDC". GitHub stars last commit Source code.
  • MAUI Blazor Podcast Client Part 2: The .NET Show with Carl Franklin Ep 30 - duration October 20, 2022 - Adding guests and links, and playlist functionality.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazor in .NET 7 Part III - duration October 11, 2022 - Learn more about the latest multithreading and MSAL developments for Blazor in .NET 7. Community links.
  • MSAL Auth in Blazor Server - duration September 22, 2022 - Carl shows how to use MSAL and Azure AD B2C to authenticate users and call a secure API.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazor in .NET 7 Part II - duration September 13, 2022 - Learn more about the exciting runtime changes in Blazor for .NET 7. Community links. Part 1.
  • Make a Text Editor in Blazor from scratch, Blazor Text Editor Part 1. - duration September 8, 2022 - Make a Text Editor in Blazor from scratch, Blazor Text Editor Part 1.
  • Roslyn Syntax Highlighting | Blazor Text Editor Part 2 - duration September 8, 2022 - Roslyn Syntax Highlighting | Blazor Text Editor Part 2.
  • Make a Text Editor in Blazor from scratch | Blazor Text Editor Part 1 - duration September 8, 2022 - Make a Text Editor in Blazor from scratch | Blazor Text Editor Part 1.
  • .NET MAUI & Blazor - Sharing code between app and web - September 2, 2022 - In this video, Daniel will show you how to create a project for .NET MAUI and Blazor and how to structure the code so it can be shared between the app and the web. GitHub stars last commit Source code.
  • Blazor in 100 Seconds - duration September 1, 2022 - Short presentation of Blazor. Blazor is a framework that can build frontend web applications with HTML, CSS, and C#. It leverages web assembly to eliminate JavaScript from the usual client-side tech stack.
  • Build an interactive todo list with Blazor in minutes - duration August 28, 2022 - In this tutorial we'll learn how to create a todo list with Blazor and improve the page using Bootstrap.
  • Blazor in .NET 7 - .NET Community Standup - duration August 23, 2022 - Overview of Blazor in .NET 7 with Daniel Roth, Jon Galloway, Mackinnon Buck and Tanay Parikh. Learn more about the great new features coming to Blazor in .NET 7.
  • Blazor for ABSOLUTE beginners in 21 Minutes - duration August 22, 2022 - In this tutorial you will learn the basics of building a website with Blazor and how the default Blazor project template works. If you have any problems feel free to leave a comment and I will try and get back to you. I've also added some notes below that you might find useful.
  • Implementing Main Page Headers in Blazor - duration July 18, 2022 - In this session, Josh and I are back again to continue building a decentralizaed social media platform in the open-source space. This session in particular we will be discussing, designing and implementing a main page header in Blazor using SharpStyles.
  • Blazor: Flavors of State Management with Blazor WebAssembly - duration July 12, 2022 - ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazor: Flavors of State Management with Blazor WebAssembly. Working with Blazor WebAssembly applications we often overlook the importance of appropriate state management. Without a good understanding and the right strategy, our applications can end up polluted with components that behave badly and we end up regretting the bad choices.- This session covers the simple state management flavours and then progress towards something more tasty like the Redux pattern. We will see what there is to like and dislike about each flavour. Next, we will take a step back and determine the appropriate seasoning of state management to pair with our application. You will leave this session having sampled all the wonderful flavours and be able to make great decisions to have the best development experience. Community links.
  • Securing Blazor & Web APIs with AAD - duration July 11, 2022 - This video shows how to secure your Blazor application and a Web API using Azure Active Directory (AAD).
  • What’s next for Blazor, and .NET on WASI - duration July 7, 2022 - What’s next for Blazor, and .NET on WASI, talk by Steve Sanderson at the NDC Porto. In this demo-centric talk, Microsoft developer/architect Steve will show the current state-of-the-art in Blazor for building rich web-based UI for browsers and native apps. This will include powerful new features shipped in .NET 6, as well as upcoming enhancements under development for .NET 7 and .NET MAUI. We’ll also look at more experimental future possibilities, including running .NET Core on WASI (WebAssembly on the server) which creates entirely new cloud and edge hosting options and lets you bring .NET code to places it’s never been before.
  • Test the new Blazor experimental tutorial INSIDE Visual Studio - duration June 29, 2022 - Grace Taylor from the Visual Studio team joins James to talk about a new experiment that they are running to improve tutorial inside of Visual Studio! Their first experiment is going to help developers get started learning and building web apps with Blazor. Install Visual Studio, and you may have the opportunity to test out this new experimental feature from the team.
  • Test-Driving CSS Styles in Blazor - duration June 20, 2022 - This video is about test-driving CSS styles in Blazor.
  • Should I Focus on Blazor or ASP.NET Core? - duration June 16, 2022 - Should I learn Blazor in more depth or should I better understand ASP.NET Core? Which one is the better one to learn well first? Should I bounce back and forth or specialize in one?
  • Persisting Data in Blazor WebAssembly - June 3, 2022 - Carl uses a client-side repository based on IndexedDB to persist data even without an Internet connection.
  • Using TypeScript with Blazor - duration May 27, 2022 - Carl shows you how to use TypeScript when creating a Blazor component.
  • Build native apps for any device with .NET and Visual Studio - duration May 25, 2022 - See how you can quickly and iteratively build modern, native and hybrid web apps for any device with Visual Studio and .NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI). We’ll take you on a tour of the tools and frameworks that can speed up your development time to create powerful, native desktop and mobile apps for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android from a single codebase with .NET MAUI. We’ll also show you how to enhance your Blazor web apps with native device capabilities.
  • Native client apps with Blazor Hybrid - duration May 25, 2022 - Blazor uses the latest open web standards to enable full stack web development with .NET. But what if you need to build a native client app? Blazor is expanding beyond the web to enable support for building native client apps using a hybrid of web technologies and .NET. In this session we’ll look at the new Blazor Hybrid support in .NET MAUI for building cross platform native client apps for mobile and desktop as well as Blazor Hybrid support for modernizing WPF and Windows Forms apps.
  • Future Possibilities for .NET Core and WASI (WebAssembly on the Server) - duration May 25, 2022 - WebAssembly is moving beyond the browser and is pitched to become a foundational element of modern cloud-native architecture. It lets any language compile to universal binaries that run on any OS or processor, robustly sandboxed and with great performance. This session covers a new approach to running .NET in WASI environments. You’ll see how your existing .NET code could be built into WASI-compliant modules, plus the opportunities this opens. This is experimental, not yet a committed product.
  • Learn .NET MAUI - Full Course for Beginners | Tutorial for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows in C# - May 23, 2022 - Let's start our journey together to build beautiful native cross-platform apps for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows with .NET MAUI, C#, and Visual Studio! In this full workshop, I will walk you through everything you need to know about .NET MAUI and building your very first app. You will learn the basics including how to build user interfaces with XAML, how MVVM and data binding simplify development, how to navigate between pages, access platform features like geolocation, optimize data collections, and theme your app for light theme and dark theme. This course has everything you need to learn the basics and set you up for success when building apps with .NET MAUI.
  • Displaying Custom Reports in Blazor using Syncfusion - duration May 20, 2022 - In the last video, we created a custom report using the Bold Reports Designer. We could use the provided Bold Reports Viewer to display the reports, but that does not always fit with what you want to accomplish. That is why today we will implement a report viewer in a Blazor Server application. That way, we can show our custom report to our clients directly inside of our site instead of sending them to a separate application.
  • Bringing WebAssembly to the .NET Mainstream - Steve Sanderson - duration May 19, 2022 - Many developers still consider WebAssembly to be a leading-edge, niche technology tied to low-level systems programming languages. However, C# and .NET have run on WebAssembly since 2017. Blazor WebAssembly brought .NET into the browser on open standards, and is now one of the fastest-growing parts of .NET across enterprises, startups, and hobbyists. Next, with WASI we could let you run .NET in even more places, introducing cloud-native tools and techniques to a wider segment of the global developer community. This is a technical talk showing how we bring .NET to WebAssembly. Steve will demonstrate how it runs both interpreted and AOT-compiled, how an IDE debugger can attach, performance tradeoffs, and how a move from Emscripten to WASI SDK lets it run in Wasmtime/Wasmer or higher-level runtimes like wasmCloud. Secondly, you'll hear lessons learned from Blazor as an open-source project - challenges and misconceptions faced bringing WebAssembly beyond early adopters.
  • Rapid development model for Blazor Web Assembly and typed end-to-end services - duration May 19, 2022 - In this video we use the ServiceStack Blazor WASM template to show how the combination of typed end-to-end services and Blazor is great for building line of business applications. The template provides a clean separation of concerns, typed end-to-end safety and rapid iteration thanks to shared C# language, Visual Studio Hot Reload and ServiceStack message centric design.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Let's build an app with .NET MAUI and Blazor - duration May 17, 2022 - Showcasing migrating a Blazor WASM PWA to .NET MAUI and Blazor Hybrid. Community links.
  • Making Blazor work with everything, plus WebAssembly on the server - duration May 13, 2022 - Talk by Steve Sanderson at the NDC London 2022. Real-world software projects often involve combining many technologies. So, is modern Blazor powerful and flexible enough for your team's needs? In this demo-heavy talk, Steve will show how Blazor WebAssembly/Server can seamlessly embed libraries and logic written in other languages such as Rust or C/C++, how Blazor WebAssembly/Server components can be used inside other SPA frameworks such as React or Angular (or vice-versa) and how Blazor components can be used not only for web projects, but also shared with native apps for macOS, iOS, Android, and Windows (including WPF and WinForms) These capabilities should equip your team to take on the most ambitious projects with confidence. We'll then look further into the future and consider how WebAssembly is moving beyond the browser and is pitched to become a foundational element of cloud-native server apps. You'll be among the first to see an experimental new approach to compiling .NET applications into WASI-compliant universal binaries that can run on any OS or processor, robustly sandboxed and with great performance.
  • Creating Office Files in Blazor using Syncfusion - PDF, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint - duration May 13, 2022 - Creating office files in C# has always been a popular solution. You can generate reports in formats that users are comfortable with. With the Syncfusion file controls, you can not only create Excel files, you can also create Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, and PDF documents. In this video, we will look at the office file controls in Syncfusion and how to use them.
  • Building apps for Teams in .NET & Blazor - duration May 11, 2022 - John Miller joins James on this week's On .NET to chat about how .NET developers can build Microsoft Teams apps and bots completely with C#, .NET, and Blazor! John walks us through everything we need to know to get started and how to even publish apps for Teams.
  • Intro to Blazor Controls in Syncfusion - duration May 11, 2022 - The Blazor controls in Syncfusion are pretty impressive. In this video, we will look at the DataGrid, charts, a Kanban-style board, a dashboard, autocomplete textboxes, context menus, signature pads, menu bars, toast messages, and more. There are so many controls to look at, in fact, that we are going to purposefully ignore the office file creation and display controls, as well as reporting. That way, we can spend more time on the other controls today and then focus on the office files in another video. The reporting will actually have two different videos dedicated to it.
  • Securing SPAs and Blazor Applications using the BFF (Backend for Frontend) Pattern - duration May 10, 2022 - Modern web development means that more and more application code is running in the browser. Traditionally this has been JavaScript but more recently there has been the trend to use C#/WASM with Blazor. These modern applications typically also need authentication and single-sign-on as well as token-based security for calling APIs – in other words OpenID Connect and OAuth 2. There are different patterns for securing such applications and this session covers some of the pitfalls of the various approaches, especially given the ever-changing browser landscape. We will conclude with the “backend for frontend” (or BFF) pattern which has become the most secure and stable of these approaches.
  • Multi-environment deployments with Azure DevOps and Static Web Apps - duration May 5, 2022 - App walkthrough, Create a static web app with an Azure DevOps pipeline, Add Azure DevOps environments and configure approvals, Configure a multi-stage pipeline, Static Web Apps named preview environments, Playwright tests, Manual approval before production deployment, Secure staging environments with a password. Source code.
  • On .NET Live - Wrapping browser APIs in Blazor WASM - duration May 2, 2022 - In this week's episode, Kristoffer Strube joins the panel to show us a Blazor WASM wrapper for the browser File System Access API. He's bringing demos and code to share, so this is an episode you won't want to miss.
  • Securing SPAs and Blazor Applications using the BFF Pattern - duration April 29, 2022 - Securing SPAs and Blazor Applications using the BFF (Backend for Frontend) Pattern at the NDC Porto, by Dominick Baier.
  • State management in Blazor - duration April 29, 2022 - State management in Blazor, at the NDC Porto 2022. When developing a Single Page Application, a very important aspect is state management. Since Blazer is a component-based UI framework, how do we manage to update the UI when the state of the application changes.
  • Streaming three ways with Blazor: REST, gRPC, and SignalR - duration April 29, 2022 - Streaming three ways with Blazor: REST, gRPC, and SignalR, by Carl Franklin at the NDC Porto 2022. Learn how to stream data from server to client to improve perceived performance and increase scalability. Carl shows how streaming works in general, and then how to implement using each of these three transports.
  • Intro to SignalR in C# Part 1 - using Blazor, WPF, best practices, and more - duration April 25, 2022 - SignalR is an excellent way to connect two or more clients together for real-time communication. The best part is that this library is just a wrapper around web-standard technologies such as Web Sockets and Long-Polling. It just makes them easier to use. That means we can even use SignalR with other clients such as Java or JavaScript. In this video, we are going to learn how to set up SignalR and how to connect to it using web clients and desktop clients. Throughout the video, we will cover best practices, as well as how to use this in the real world.
  • Revisiting MVVM - duration April 21, 2022 - Carl revisits the topic of MVVM with Blazor, clarifying your options.
  • Queryable Repositories - duration April 14, 2022 - Build a generic repository that the client can query.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazorators: Blazor C# Source Generators - duration April 12, 2022 - David Pine introduces Blazorators, Blazor C# Source Generators on this month's Blazor Community Standup. Community links.
  • .NET MAUI Blazor - Build Hybrid Mobile, Desktop, and Web apps - duration April 1, 2022 - Blazor enables building client-side web UI with .NET, but sometimes you need more than what the web platform offers. Sometimes you need full access to the native capabilities of the device. You can now host Blazor components in .NET MAUI apps to build cross-platform native apps using web UI. The components run natively in the .NET process and render web UI to an embedded web view control using a local interop channel. This hybrid approach gives you the best of native and the web. Your components can access native functionality through the .NET platform, and they render standard web UI. .NET MAUI Blazor apps can run anywhere .NET MAUI can (Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android).
  • Managing App State with Fluxor - duration March 31, 2022 - pp State Management using Fluxor, a Flux/Redux library for Blazor.
  • Blazor Basics with Identity - duration Mars 14, 2022 - Fritz shows you how to connect authentication and authorization to your Blazor app. We'll focus on how to connect a properly configured Microsoft Identity application to your Blazor framework.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Native client apps with Blazor Hybrid - duration Mars 8, 2022 - Join this Blazor Community Standup to learn more about using Blazor Hybrid to create cross-platform native client apps for Windows, iOS, Android & Mac. Community links.
  • Building beautiful Blazor apps with Tailwind CSS - duration Mars 2, 2022 - Tailwind CSS has been growing in popularity for some time. It’s fast becoming one of the top frameworks to use when styling applications. It offers a different approach to the traditional frameworks like Bootstrap—utility based styling. Rather than using prebuilt components—which result in your application looking like a lot of others on the web—you can tailor your design by applying small focused CSS classes resulting in a unique style for your app. In this talk, you will learn how to bring the power of Tailwind CSS to your Blazor applications. We’ll start off with an introduction to Tailwind and how it differs from other CSS frameworks. Then we’ll get into some code and see how we can integrate Tailwind with Blazor. For the rest of the time, we’ll explore the various features of Tailwind and see how just how beautiful we can make our Blazor app. By Chris Sainty, at the NDC Oslo 2021.
  • Best practices unit testing Blazor components with bUnit - duration Mars 1, 2022 - Why create tests of UI components? Isn’t UI tests inherently brittle, run slowly, and hard to maintain? By Egil Hansen, at the NDC Oslo 2021.
  • Learn C# with CSharpFritz - Blazor Application Hosting - duration February 28, 2022 - You've built your Blazor application, now where do you run it? In this demo filled session, Fritz will talk through Progressive Web Apps, packaging with Docker, and deploying your Blazor application to Azure. Community links.
  • Blazor, NET 6, and WebAssembly - duration February 21, 2022 - Talk by Steve Sanderson at the NDC Oslo 2021. .NET 6 is a huge release for Blazor, adding a ton of powerful new features for .NET web developers. This talk will be full of demos to get you up-to-speed on this hot framework.
  • Building a classic adventure game with Blazor - duration duration February 14, 2022 - Blazor is a free and open-source web framework that enables developers to create web apps using C# and HTML. Being a .NET developer as well as a big fan of classic point-and-click adventure games, I’ve ported my Game-a-Tron 4000 adventure game engine to Blazor.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazor .NET 7 Roadmap - duration February 8, 2022 - Find out what's being planned for Blazor in .NET 7. Community links.
  • C# Corner .NET Conference Day 1 - duration January 24, 2022 - The first day of the conference kicks off with a keynote session by Scott Hunter. Day one is focused on front-end technologies (Blazor). Conference website.
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Blazor WebAssembly on .NET 6 - duration January 11, 2022 - Join Blazor creator Steve Sanderson for a special look at Blazor WebAssembly on .NET 6. Community links.
  • Archives - 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017.

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  • Steve Sanderson - Blazor, WASI and optimizing tomatoes - July 17, 2022 - At NDC London we sat down with Steve Sanderson and talked about the origin story of Blazor, some of the upcoming things in .NET 7, and what Steve is working on right now. Duration: 35 minutes.
  • WASM Everywhere with Steve Sanderson - July 7, 2022 - WebAssembly is awesome - what else can you do with it? While at NDC London, Carl and Richard talked to Steve Sanderson about his work with WebAssembly, including Blazor. Steve talks about how WebAssembly continues to evolve adding WebAssembly System Integration. This opens the door to the idea that code in the WebAssembly can be run anywhere - any operating system, any language, using whatever compute is available. That gives an option to run code on the client, the server, and anywhere in between. Duration: 55 minutes.
  • Indexing Video using KlipTok with Jeff Fritz - June 2, 2022 - How do you find a great video clip after the fact? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about his work building KlipTok, a tool for making Twitch video clips more discoverable and shareable. Jeff digs into the tricky bits of KlipTok, which is all about fast indexing and searching to get to the right clip. The conversation digs into various data storage techniques and using the cloud in a way that doesn't break the bank. Jeff may be a Microsoft employee, but that doesn't mean he uses only Microsoft tools for his projects. Duration: 57 minutes.
  • David Ortinau on .NET MAUI - May 27, 2022 - Jon Galloway talks to David Ortinau about .NET MAUI. Duration: 41 minutes. YouTube video.
  • The Unhandled Exception Podcast: Microsoft Build 2022 - May 25, 2022 - Microsoft have just had their annual Build conference - which comes with a whole host of exciting announcements and discussions about hot programming topics in the Microsoft developer space. And each year, I long for a podcast episode to come out straight after Build, overviewing them! Well, this year - this podcast aims to do just that! In this episode, I was joined by both Scott Hunter and Gaurav Seth to chat about various topics. Check out the links below for a guide to what we discussed. Duration: 71 minutes.
  • ASP.NET, Blogging, Kuberetes, and more - May 10, 2022 - The Unhandled Exception Podcast with Andrew Lock (andrewlock.net). He’s the author of the Manning ebook, ASP.NET Core in Action, Second Edition. This episode covers a lot - from the different flavours of ASP.NET, to Kubernetes, Blazor, gRPC, testing, Minimal API, MediatR and more.
  • Umbraco Heartcore and Blazor with Poornima Nayar - May 4, 2022 - In this episode we talked with Poornima Nayar about Umbraco Heartcore and where you might use it, Blazor, a little on GraphQL and how it fits very well with mobile apps which communicate with remote APIs. Duration: 59 minutes.
  • In The Core of Blazor - February 12, 2022 - Steve Sanderson talks about his journey into tech, his life, education, career and everything else in between. Duration: 73 minutes.
  • Archives - 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017.

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  • Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly - August 31, 2020 - Blazor is a framework for creating SPA webpages with either client-side or server-side architectures, using Razor technology written with the C# language. Because client-side Blazor with WebAssembly executes entirely on a user's browser, it’s very fast for many applications. In Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly, Michael Washington will take readers through the core elements of Blazor and then explore additional features by building a sample application. Free e-book.
  • Blazor Succinctly - April 16, 2020 - A free e-book for starting with the Blazor framework.
  • Blazor, A Beginners Guide - March 18, 2020 - A free e-book for getting started with the Blazor framework. Examples source code.
  • Blazor for ASP.NET Web Forms developers - Blazor for ASP.NET Web Forms developers, a free e-book from Microsoft.
  • Using CSLA 5: Blazor and WebAssembly - This book covers the new Blazor UI framework, including how to create server-side and client-side WebAssembly projects, how to implement authentication and authorization, and how to use data binding. It then covers how CSLA .NET supports Blazor, including walking through a complete sample app.
  • An Introduction to Building Applications with Blazor - August 24, 2019 - An Introduction to Building Applications with Blazor: How to get started creating applications using this exciting easy to use Microsoft C# framework
  • Archives - 2018.

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