Blazor 0.4.0 Released

Microsoft has recently announced the availability of Blazor 0.4.0 with several bug fixes and new feature enhancements.
 
New features include -
  • Add event payloads for common event types
  • Use camelCase for JSON handling
  • Automatic import of core Blazor namespaces in Razor
  • Send and receive binary HTTP content using HttpClient
  • Templates run on IIS Express by default with auto build enabled
  • Bind to numeric types
  • JavaScript interop improvements
You can find the full list of changes at Microsoft’s newly owned, GitHub
 
The complete documentation, instructions as well as tutorials can be found at Blazor website
 
 
Source: Blazor
 
The latest Blazor 0.4.0 comes with the following updates - 
  • Use camelCase for JSON handling
  • Automatic import of core for Blazor namespaces in Razor
  • Send and receive binary HTTP content using HttpClient
  • Bind to numeric types
  • Templates run on IIS Express by default with auto build enabled
  • Call async JavaScript functions from .NET
  • Call .NET methods from JavaScript
To learn more you can go through the official blog.  
 
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