Microsoft Announces Availability Of Blazor 0.5.0 Experimental Release

Microsoft has recently announced the availability of Blazor 0.5.0 experimental release. The latest experimental release explores the scenarios to run Blazor in a separate process from the rendering process. The latest release of Blazor 0.5.0 allows you to run Blazor on the server and then handle UI interactions over a SignalR connection.
 
The release also includes the early support for debugging Blazor .NET code in the browser.
 
The company has also released a list of features -
 
  • Server-side Blazor
  • Startup model aligned with ASP.NET Core
  • JavaScript interop improvements
  • Removed requirement to preregister JavaScript methods
  • Invoke .NET instance method from JavaScript
  • Pass .NET objects to JavaScript by reference
  • Add Blazor to any HTML file using a normal script tag
  • Render raw HTML
  • New component parameter snippet
  • Early support for in-browser debugging
A full list of changes can be found on GitHub
 
Source: Blazor
 
To learn more, you can go through the official announcement.