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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.

Articles

  • Create A Blazor App With Google ☁️Cloud SQL Using MySQL Engine

    We will see how to create a Google Cloud SQL instance using the MySQL engine and will create a single page application in Blazor.
  • Remotely Debug Blazor App On Azure From Visual Studio

    In this article, we will see how to debug a Blazor App hosted on Azure remotely, through Visual Studio 2017.
  • Deploying A Blazor Application On Firebase

    In this article, we will learn how to deploy a Blazor application on Firebase. We will create a client-side application using Blazor and host it on Firebase.
  • Create A Simple 📈Chart By Date For The Latest C# Corner Article Count

    We will create a simple Line Chart in Blazor using Chart JS. We will show the latest C# Corner article count by date in this chart.
  • Single Page Application In Blazor With Azure Table Storage

    We will create a single page application in Blazor. We will store the data in Azure Table Storage. We will see all the CRUD operations in this Blazor project. For that, we will create a Person app with storing Id, Name, Country, Age and Gender.
  • Azure Redis Cache With Azure SQL In Blazor Project

    In this article we will discuss output caching using Azure Redis Cache with Azure SQL database in Blazor projects and create an Indian post office application.
  • Creating A Reusable Grid Component For Blazor

    In this article, we will create a reusable grid component for Blazor called BlazorGrid. It will display the user data in a grid and supports client-side pagination.
  • Blazor - Publishing A Component To NuGet Gallery

    In this article, we will learn how to publish a reusable Blazor component to nuget gallery. We will use Visual Studio 2017 to build and create the nuget package.
  • Deploy Blazor Application On AWS Cloud Using Elastic Beanstalk

    In this post, we will see how to deploy a Blazor application on Amazon Web Server (AWS Cloud) using Elastic Beanstalk. AWS Elastic Beanstalk is an orchestration service offered from Amazon Web Services for deploying web applications (infrastructure) which orchestrates various AWS services. With Elastic Beanstalk, we can easily deploy and manage web applications in the AWS Cloud without worrying about the infrastructure that runs those applications.
  • C# Corner RSS Feeds In Blazor With Pagination

    We will see the RSS feeds from C# Corner site with pagination. We will see ten rows at a time on a page and we can have the previous, next, first and last, buttons to navigate the data as our wish. We will provide all the posts by an author, featured articles list, latest posts (all types), latest articles, latest blogs, and top read articles.
  • Localization In Blazor App Using Microsoft.JSInterop

    We will see how to achieve localization in Blazor app using Microsoft.JSInterop API. In this article we will see how to achieve localization in Blazor app using Microsoft.JSInterop API.
  • Get C# Corner RSS Feeds In Blazor Project

    We can see how to read RSS feeds from C# Corner site and display the feeds in a Blazor project. We will see how to get all posts feeds for an author (author id can be given by user), feeds for latest posts, feeds for featured articles and feeds for top read posts.
  • Blazor - Connect With Oracle Database In Amazon RDS

    We will see how to create an Oracle database instance in Amazon RDS (AWS Relational Database Service) and we will connect Oracle database from Blazor application. We will use an Employee details Single Page Application for this purpose.
  • Blazor - Create SPA With Azure Database For MariaDB Server

    We will create a MariaDB database service in Azure and connect MariaDB in a Single Page Blazor application. Azure Database for MariaDB is a relational database service in the Microsoft cloud. Azure Database for MariaDB is based on the MariaDB community edition database engine.
  • Introduction To Templated Components In Blazor

    Blazor has components at the core part. It uses the combination of Razor, HTML and C# code as a component. A component is the base element of the Blazor application, i.e., every page is considered as a component in Blazor. Blazor use the Razor template engine that generate HTML and served to web browsers. We can mix HTML and C# syntax in the Razor template and Razor engine will compiled Razor template and generate the HTML.
  • Deploying A Blazor Application On Azure

    In this article, we will learn how to deploy an ASP.NET Core hosted Blazor application on Azure.
  • Understanding JavaScript Interop In Blazor

    Blazor is a .NET framework that runs in the browser on a real.NET runtime (Mono) via Web Assembly. Blazor is an experimental project and till date, it is not in production and so many changes are going on. WebAssembly is a web standard which defines a binary format just like lower level assembly language. So, it enables executing code nearly as fast as running native machine code.
  • Blazor - Work With Cassandra API In Cosmos DB

    We will see how to create a Cosmos DB account with Cassandra API. Later we will create a Blazor application and connect with Cassandra database using “CassandraCSharpDriver” NuGet package.
  • Blazor - Connect With Amazon DynamoDB Using AWS SDK

    In this article, we will see how to create a Blazor application and connect with Amazon DynamoDB using AWS SDK. We will see how to create a Blazor application and connect with Amazon DynamoDB using AWS SDK.
  • Blazor - CRUD Using PostgreSQL And Entity Framework Core

    We will see the CRUD actions in Blazor framework with PostgreSQL database and Entity Framework Core. We will create a sample Patient app with all CRUD actions.
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