Learn Blazor on C# Corner

Today, we are happy to add a new category, Blazor, to C# Corner. In this section, you will learn developing applications using Blazor via latest articles, news, and write-ups, such as why and how to get started with Blazor.
 
Blazor
 
Blazor is a single page web app framework built on .NET that runs in the browser via WebAssembly, and is based on HTML, CSS, and other standard web technologies. It is inspired by existing modern single page app frameworks, like React, Angular, and Vue, but is also a new framework in its own right.
 
Blazor makes heavy use of Razor, a markup syntax for HTML and C#. Browser + Razor = Blazor! A Blazor application can be deployed as a set of static files without the need for any .NET support on the server.
 
Calling Authors and Contributors
 
C# Corner community is looking for authors, contributors, and speakers who can share their expertise on Blazor. If you're building applications using Blazor, or you write articles or blogs, we would love to read your content. We're also looking for Blazor speakers for C# Corner local chapters. Speaking can be done in-person or online via webinars. If you're interested in contributing or speaking, do let us know.
 
Learn Blazor
 
If you're interested in learning Blazor development or want to stay up-to-date, you may want to follow the category so that you will get notifications when a new content is posted. If you are new to this emerging technology, you can get started with Blazor from here.
 
Also, you can regularly visit this new section for all the latest articles, tutorials, news, blogs, and resources.
  
Cheers!