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The Blazor platform provides support for lazy loading assemblies starting with .NET 5 Preview 8. The Blazor lazy loading of assemblies works only in Blazor WebAssembly (WASM) applications. Syncfusion provides individual NuGet package support, starting from the 2020 Volume 4 (v126.96.36.199) release. So, we can now utilize the lazy loading Blazor assemblies feature with our Blazor UI components.
This article covers A-Z about the mobile and web app development process and answers your question on how long does it take to develop/build an app.
Blazor For Beginners - Getting Started with Blazor, we will discuss the basics of Blazor and the tools required for Blazor Application Development. We will go in-depth with the concept of Blazor, the problem it solves, how to set up the development environment, talk about Server and WebAssembly, fire up your first Blazor Application, and a small comparison of various types of Blazor Projects.
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In this post, we speed up initial load time by prerendering our Blazor Web Assembly application. We need to discuss how to mitigate the biggest drawback of using Blazor WebAssembly: the initial load time. While the WebAssembly solution allows us to enjoy a serverless deployment scenario and fast interactions, the initial download can take awhile. Users need to sit around while the browser downloads the .NET runtime and all your project’s DLLs.