Blazor

Blazor is a free and open-source web framework that enables developers to create web apps using C# and HTML. It is being developed by Microsoft

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Blazor vs. React / Angular / Vue.js

Blazor is a new Microsoft technology that allows developers to write code for browsers in C#. This article compares Blazor to three other common SPA frameworks: React, Angular, and Vue.js. This article asks whether developers need to depend on JavaScript and whether we can start building SPA apps with C# yet.

Blazor Vs. Traditional Web Apps

Read about single page applications (SPA) made with Blazor compared to traditional web applications. Discusses the choice between SPAs and traditional web apps and explains the difference between server-side and client-side rendering. Blazor is a new Single Page Application (SPA) technology by Microsoft

What's New in 2020 Volume 2: Blazor

Syncfusion is glad to announce the availability of Essential Studio 2020 Volume 2. This release brings exciting new features and enhancements in our Blazor components. In this blog, I am going to give you a quick overview of the new features available for the Blazor platform in this Volume 2 relea

Exploring two-way binding in Blazor

In this post, I describe how the two-way binding — used to bind a value to an editor — works in ASP.NET Core Blazor.

What's New: Telerik UI for Xamarin R2 2020 Service Pack

The R2 2020 Service Pack for Telerik UI for Xamarin delivers multiple fixes, extended Blazor bindings and a great new feature for PdfViewer. See what's new.

Connecting C# To MySQL Using Blazor (Full CRUD Actions)

How do I talk to MySQL from C#? That's a pretty common question. MySQL databases are very popular, especially on the web. So when you are building a web appl

Creating Extensions for Visual Studio Code: A Complete Guide

Extensions are an indispensable part of project development. They play a vital role in improving your productivity on a project, helping you customize your project, and more. Visual Studio Code extensions are add-ons that enhance your productivity and allow you to customize your project by adding ne

How to Implement Azure Serverless with Blazor WebAssembly

Learn how to implement Azure serverless with Blazor WebAssembly. We will deploy the function app to Azure to expose it globally via an API endpoint. We will consume the API in a Blazor WebAssembly. What is a serverless architecture? What is an Azure function? What is Blazor?

Customizing the Blazor WebAssembly loading screen

When a Blazor WebAssembly application loads, it first downloads blazor.webassembly.js and all the .NET assemblies of the application. Until everything is loaded, it displays an ugly loading message: This message can stay a few seconds depending on the size of the application and the connection speed of the client. So, you should better change it to something that matches your application design

Creating a Custom Validation Message Component for Blazor Forms

In this post, I show a limitation with the built-in ValidationMessage component, the inability to customise it's output. I then show two solutions to resolve this problem.

New Components and Features in Telerik UI for Blazor 2.15.0

Telerik UI for Blazor 2.15.0 – New Blazor Components ButtonGroup, ToggleButton, Binding Grid to Dynamic Data, Chart Tooltip, TreeView, Textbox and More!

Convert DateTime to user's time zone with server-side Blazor

When you display a date to a user, you may want to convert the date to the user's time zone. With server-side Blazor, the code is executed on the server, so DateTime.Now correspond to the time zone of the server instead of the user's time zone. Let's see how we can get the user's time zone and change the date accordingly. To get the current time zone you need to execute code on the client machine. In a

Entity Framework: .NET Community Standup - June 24th 2020 - EF Core in Blazor

Join members from the .NET teams for our community standup covering great community contributions for Framework, .NET Core, Languages, CLI, MSBuild, and more

Creating a Master-Detail View Is Easier with Blazor DataGrid Webinar Q&A

In Syncfusion’s recent webinar, "Creating a Master-Detail View Is Easier with Blazor DataGrid," developer Uma Maheswari showed attendees how to visualize data in a master-detail hierarchy in a single grid view in Blazor. If you missed it, or you would like to watch it again, check out ou

CRUD App Using Blazor And Entity Framework Core in ASP.NET Core

LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE In this tutorial, we will see how to create a simple CRUD (create, read, update, and delete) application for ASP.NET Core ...

Intro to Blazor WebAssembly and How It Is Different from Blazor Server

Blazor WebAssembly, also known as Blazor Client, has finally been released. So let's look at what it is, how it works, and how it is different from Blazor Se...

Intro to Blazor WebAssembly and How It Is Different from Blazor Server

Blazor WebAssembly, also known as Blazor Client, has finally been released. So let's look at what it is, how it works, and how it is different from Blazor Se...

Entity Framework:.NET Community Standup-June 24th 2020-EF Core in Blazor

Join members from the .NET teams for our community standup covering great community contributions for Framework, .NET Core, Languages, CLI, MSBuild, and more...

Blazor and Azure Functions for Serverless Websites

Blazor and Azure Functions for Serverless Websites - With Blazor and Azure Functions, every developer has the tools they need to write a fully serverless web application that can execute .NET Core in the browser, or serverless-ly via Azure Functions in the cloud. This new pattern provides a cost effective and scalable way to run .NET web workloads.

Integrating Blazor components into Razor Pages and MVC apps

Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. While you can do a whole application in Blazor, you may not want to rewrite your existing ASP.NET Core MVC applications to take advantages of Blazor. You can integrate Blazor Components into an existing MVC application or Razor pages. Create…