Ignite UI Now Available For Blazor

Ignite UI gives you an option for developing full-stack web applications using .NET and C# instead of JavaScript.

Recently, Infragistics announced its official release of Ignite UI for Blazor. 

Infragistics said that now its enterprise UI toolkit is available to over 5 Million .NET developers who can build interactive web applications without JavaScript, using Microsoft's Blazor.  

The new open-source framework - Ignite UI - gives you an option for developing full-stack web applications using .NET and C# instead of JavaScript. Ignite UI library provides Blazor users with the developer-ready components they need to build fully-featured production web apps.

Source: Infragistics

Ignite UI for Blazor includes Blazor Data Grid, Editors and Combo Box, Charts, Dock Manager, and more. Here, Blazor Data Grid is a modern and architectural foundation with interactive UX features. Designed for high-performance and high-volume data scenarios. The Dock Manager gives users a Visual Studio-like window management experience, including docked panes, split panes, drag & drop window arrangement, and more.

Daniel Roth, ASP.NET Program Manager at Microsoft, said  "In Blazor we sought to introduce a framework that enables .NET developers to build modern full stack web apps with .NET....Our longtime partners at Infragistics are using their expertise to offer .NET developers the UI tools they need to build web applications without having to tackle JavaScript."

Well, Ignite UI web components are also available for frameworks like Angular, ASP.NET Core, jQuery, React, ASP.NET MVC, Web Components and more.



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