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. 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.

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    In this article, we will learn how to implement authentication and authorization using Facebook in a server-side Blazor application. We will be using Visual Studio 2019 preview and .NET Core 3 preview
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