Building Serverless web applications with Blazor and Azure Functions

Building Serverless web applications with Blazor and Azure Functions

In this Blazor tutorial, we'll to discuss the benefits of pairing Blazor WebAssembly applications long with Azure Functions. What are the benefits of Blazor in Serverless? Why does Blazor fit well with Serverless? How to get started with Blazor and Azure Functions? How to reach out to the Azure Functions team?

In this episode, Jeff Hollan from the Azure Functions team comes to discuss the benefits of pairing Blazor WebAssembly applications long with Azure Functions.

[01:12] - What are the benefits of Blazor in Serverless?
[04:02] - Why does Blazor fit well with Serverless ?
[09:56] - How to get started with Blazor and Azure Functions?
[14:15] - Community call out
[15:47] - How to reach out to the Azure Functions team?

Build Serverless Apps with Blazor

Build Serverless Apps with Blazor

Build Serverless Apps with Blazor. In this session we will cover how you can build Serverless Blazor applications.

In this session we will cover how you can build Serverless Blazor applications.

Scaling Blazor Server Apps with Azure

Scaling Blazor Server Apps with Azure

Scaling Blazor Server Apps with Azure. In this session we will cover how you can scale your Blazor applications with Azure.

In this session we will cover how you can scale your Blazor applications with Azure.

Building a real-time Serverless App in Blazor using AWS

Building a real-time Serverless App in Blazor using AWS

In this Blazor tutorial, we will build an interactive dashboard using Blazor that reacts in real-time to events that happen in the real world. We will connect the Blazor application through to a serverless backend built in .Net. We will use a managed service called Amazon API Gateway and take advantage of it's WebSockets support.

In this session, we will build an interactive dashboard using Blazor that reacts in real-time to events that happen in the real world.

We will connect the Blazor application through to a serverless backend built in .Net.

Rather than requiring a cluster of servers to maintain our WebSocket communications, we will use a managed service called Amazon API Gateway and take advantage of it's WebSockets support.

This service introduces a whole new way of thinking about, and architecting, applications that require duplex communication.

By the end of the session, you will have the knowledge to build highly scalable and resilient real-time applications without having to manage or scale servers.