How To Export Data To Excel In Blazor - Asp.Net Core

How To Export Data To Excel In Blazor - Asp.Net Core

Creating and exporting data to Excel file is one of the frequently used feature in web apps. We will learn about how to export data to excel in Blazor WebAssembly or Server project in this post. but I will use Blazor WebAssembly in this article. Why I came up with this post? This is because few days back, someone posted his problem about exporting data to excel from Blazor using Asp.Net Core API in one of the groups of Blazor community and he was trying to solve the problem from last few days, but no success even after so much googling.

Creating and exporting data to Excel file is one of the frequently used feature in web apps. We will learn about how to export data to excel in Blazor WebAssembly or Server project in this post. but I will use Blazor WebAssembly in this article.

Why I came up with this post? This is because few days back, someone posted his problem about exporting data to excel from Blazor using Asp.Net Core API in one of the groups of Blazor community and he was trying to solve the problem from last few days, but no success even after so much googling. I saw his post and connected with him just to help him with the same. So more or less, I will try to explain here writing a short article with the solution about exporting excel in Blazor what I provided to him and I’m glad , he was happy with solution.

Table of Contents

  1. Demo
  2. Download Source Code
  3. Creating a Blazor Project
  4. Add Code to BlazorDownload.Server Project
  5. Add Code to BlazorDownload.Client Project
  6. Run the application

Demo

export data to excel in blazor

Download Source Code

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Creating a Blazor Project

Using Visual Studio

For creating a Blazor WebAssembly project with Asp.Net Core hosted solution using Visual Studio 2019 following below steps –

  • Create a project by selecting File -> New -> Project
  • In the next window, Search “Blazor” in “Search for templates” box or press Alt+S
  • Select Blazor App from the list and press the Next button
  • In the next window, type your project name “_BlazorDownload_” in my case and select your project location to save
  • Give the solution name or check “Place solution and project in same directory” and click on Create button
  • In the next window, Select Blazor WebAssembly app and click on “ASP.NET Core hosted” checkbox in right and click on Create button

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