Microsoft Announces Availability Of Blazor 0.5.0 Experimental Release

Microsoft has recently announced the 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.