Blazor

Using Razor Components In A Razor Page

calendar_today 05 August 2019 12:40

ASP.NET Core Razor Pages Blazor

In my last article, I looked at some of the new things that ASP.NET Core 3.0 will introduce to Razor Pages developers. One of the features that I touched on was Razor Components. In this article, I take a more detailed look at what they are and how they can be used.

What's New In .NET Core 3.0 For Razor Pages

calendar_today 24 July 2019 19:44

ASP.NET Core Razor Pages Blazor

Later this year, .NET Core 3.0 will be released. The main features include WPF and Windows Forms support (albeit only on the Windows operating system) and server-side Blazor. Razor Pages applications will also see some changes. I cover some of these as part of a guide to upgrading an application from 2.2 to 3.0. Then I have a quick look at some of the other new features. Note that the information in this article is based on Preview 6, and is subject to change.

Improved Cascading Dropdowns With Blazor

calendar_today 05 July 2018 13:27

C# Blazor

In my last article, I looked at the experimental Blazor framework, using Cascading Dropdown Lists as an entry point. Since then, some feedback from Steve Sanderson to a question I asked has shown me a better way to implement this pattern.

Cascading Dropdowns With Blazor

calendar_today 24 May 2018 20:51

ASP.NET Core Blazor

Blazor is an experimental framework introduced by Steve Sanderson of Knockout.js fame (among other things) on the ASP.NET team. The premise of the framework is simple, but potentially game-changing for ASP.NET developers: it enables you to write your client side code in C#. What this means is that rather than having to chase after the latest Javascript-based hotness - Aurelia, React, Angular etc, only to find that they are dependent on learning a whole new load of frameworks, or that they are no longer flavour of the week, you just use the .NET skills that you already have to move your processing to the browser.