Up and Running with Blazor | Simpliv

Up and Running with Blazor | Simpliv

Up and Running with Blazor

Description
Blazor is the new Microsoft Single Page Application (SPA) for developing Web application , with Blazor you can develop web application fully in C# language from the back to the Front End and you can say goodbye to javascript and Angular Because Blazor is just Awesome.In this course we are going to grasp the basics of Blazor.

Basic knowledge
To Follow this course You have to be familiar with C# ,Razor and some Javascript , also having some ideas about Angular concepts may be helpful
What will you learn
After following this course you will be able to build an entire application using only .NET. So your application will be fully written in C#
To continue:

Blazor Tutorial: JavaScript Interop | Calling JavaScript from C# - EP06

Blazor Tutorial: JavaScript Interop | Calling JavaScript from C# - EP06

Blazor Tutorial: JavaScript Interop | Calling JavaScript from C# - In this Blazor video, I am exploring how you can call JavaScript functions from C# in our blazor apps. Blazor is a free and open-source web framework that enables developers to create web apps using C# and HTML.

In this Blazor video, I am exploring how you can call JavaScript functions from C# in our blazor apps.

GitHub Repo - https://github.com/CuriousDrive/BlazorApp

Content -

  1. How to inject IJSRuntime in blazor component
  2. Call JS alert() function
  3. Pass parameter to your JavaScript function
  4. document.getElementById
  5. ElementReference
  6. Call API from JS example

Happy Coding!!

Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C# Blazor

Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C# Blazor

Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C# Blazor. For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed.

For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed.

In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET run-time (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.

Hello C# Blazor, Goodbye Client Side JavaScript

Hello C# Blazor, Goodbye Client Side JavaScript

For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed. In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET run-time (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.

For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed. In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET run-time (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.