Blazor 0.2.0 Released

Now, Microsoft has announced the release of Blazor 0.2.0 with all the improvements and new goodies to play with.

Microsoft has recently released the first public preview of a new .NET web framework, Blazor 0.1.0. Blazor enables the full stack web development with the productivity of .NET but, as this is an alpha version it should not be used in production.
 
Now, Microsoft has announced the release of Blazor 0.2.0 with all the improvements and new goodies to play with.
 
New features in this release include: 
  • Build your own reusable component libraries
  • Improved syntax for event handling and data binding
  • Build on save in Visual Studio
  • Conditional attributes
  • HttpClient improvements
Microsoft has also launched a website where you can find getting started instructions, docs, and tutorials for this release.
 
You can get the full details on the release on GitHub.  
 
What is Blazor?
  
Blazor is a new .NET web framework for creating client-side applications using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. It can simplify the process of creating single page application (SPA) and at the same time enables full stack web development using .NET.
 
To get started with Blazor, check out Get Started with Blazor here >


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