Implementing CRUD Operations in Blazor Server Apps

Implementing CRUD Operations in Blazor Server Apps

Learn how to implement CRUD operations in Blazor server apps using Entity Framework Core and SQL Server as a backend database. Implementing CRUD Operations in Blazor Server Apps. The application we are going to build will allow us to perform CRUD Application using operations from a Blazor Server-Side.

Blazor  is a free, open-source, single-page apps (SPA) development framework that enables developers to build interactive web apps using HTML, CSS, and C## instead of JavaScript. We can build either Blazor WebAssembly or Blazor Server Apps using this popular framework and both hosting models have their own pros and cons. Blazor Server apps run on the server where they can enjoy the full support of .NET runtime and use any .NET library. I have already written several tutorials  on Blazor and many people asked me to write a tutorial about implementing CRUD operations in the Blazor server app using the Entity Framework Core. In this tutorial, I will implement a demo app that will show you how to perform CRUD operations using EF Core and SQL Server as a backend database

Table of Contents

  • Setup Database for CRUD Operations
  • Getting Started with Blazor Sever App
  • Configuring Entity Framework Core (Database First)
  • Implementing Application Services for CRUD Operations
  • Implement Players List Component
  • Implement Player Details Component
  • Implement Create Player Component
  • Implement Edit Player Component
  • Implement Delete Player Feature
  • Summary

Setup Database for CRUD Operations

For this tutorial, I will use a SQL Server 2016 Database with the following two tables.

  • Players – This table will store the data about football players. It has columns such as ShirtNo, Name, PositionId (FK), Appearances, Goals, etc.
  • Positions – This table will store different positions e.g. Goalkeeper, Defender, Midfielder, etc.

Implementing CRUD Operations in Blazor Server Apps

I also added some player’s information in the Players table and we will implement CRUD operations on this table soon and the Positions table will be used to bind a dropdown list on players create or update forms.

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