A Blazor Community Update
This month has been one of the busiest months for Blazor and the show Blazor StateHasChanged. With preview 7 imminent it's important to take a minute to reflect on all of the great community content that has been shared into the Blazor ecosystem by the hard working and enthusiastic community.<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/bjZEhUAKNLI?start=244" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Blazing Blog Posts
There are a few Blazor fans that consistently surprise me with their ability to pump out excellent blog posts on a weekly basis. Below you'll find a quick summary of just a few of these many posts. Not only is it worth checking out the following links, but make sure you follow the authors as well so you can catch the content as it's published.
- Introduction to Authentication with Blazor
- Using Blazor Components In An Existing MVC Application
- Prerendering a Client-side Blazor Application
Michael Washington - Lightswitch Help Website
- A Demonstration of Simple Server-side Blazor Cookie Authentication
- Implementing State Management In Blazor
- Blazor Forms and Validation
Peter Morris - Blazor University
Blazor University isn't a blog but more like an alternative documentation site. It's full of great resources about specific topics for learning the Blazor framework. If you're looking for answers on how something in Blazor works, this is the place to look first. http://blazor-university.com/
SQL Mr. Magoo
There's always a project worth spending some time learning from on SQL Mr. Magoo's GitHub page. There's absolutely no shortage of experiments here: https://github.com/SQL-MisterMagoo/
Of course, I couldn't help but add a shout out to the fantastic engineers I work with a Progress on the Telerik UI for Blazor product. These folks have been hard at work making sure our awesome suite of UI components is up to date with each Blazor release.
If you want to see what it's like to build a full stack C# application in Blazor, then come join me each week as we build BlazePort. BlazePort is a fictional space travel app that incorporates ML.NET, Blazor, and ASP.NET Core 3.0. The app is being built live on Twitch TV, come witness the fun, fails, and success unfold or take part in the live chat room.
Need More Blazor?
If you're looking to learn more about Blazor please check out the videos I produce each week at BlazorVideos.com (YouTube).