Getting Started Blazor Web Framework

Getting Started Blazor Web Framework is a video about Blazor. Blazor is the later web framework from Microsoft.

Blazor is a free and open-source web framework that enables developers to create web apps using C# and HTML. Microsoft developed Blazor. Five different editions of Blazor apps have been announced.

Blazor Server: These apps are hosted on an ASP.NET Core server in ASP.NET Razor format. Remote clients to act as thin clients, meaning that the bulk of the processing load is on the server. The client’s web browser downloads a small page and updates its UI over a SignalR connection. Blazor Server was released as a part of .NET Core 3. Blazor WebAssembly: Single-page apps that are downloaded to the client’s web browser before running. The size of the download is larger than for Blazor Server, depends on the app, and the processing is entirely done on the client hardware. However, this app type enjoys a rapid response time. As its name suggests, this client-side framework is written in WebAssembly, as opposed to JavaScript. A beta version of this framework has been made available, but its general availability is scheduled for May 2020. Microsoft plans to release Blazor PWA and Blazor Hybrid editions. The former supports progressive web apps (PWA). The latter is a platform-native framework (as opposed to a web framework) but still renders the user

If you are interested in Desktop Application development check out my other tutorial about Modern UI Design Project Tutorial No. 1 – Login Screen

Please also checkout the part two of the series Getting Started with Blazor, Getting Started Blazor Web Framework Create API

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