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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 19, 2019
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This tutorial will demonstrate a simple way to create a Progressive Web App (PWA) from your Blazor WebAssembly app. A PWA is an installable web app that works offline and is treated as a first-class citizen on desktop and mobile.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 11, 2019
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Since the release of Blazor Server with .NET Core 3.0 last month lots of folks have shared their excitement with us about being able to build client-side web UI with just .

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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 07, 2019
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You can create a Blazor server-side application that will allow any user with a GMail account to view their emails.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 07, 2019
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One of the most useful Blazor features is the ability to pass data between your front-end DOM elements and back-end C# code. In this tutorial, you will learn techniques for binding C# variables such that they can be displayed in the browser or modified via user input in the browser.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 06, 2019
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Blazor is a hot framework from Microsoft that makes it possible to run .NET code directly in browser on top of WebAssembly. And it is no longer an experimental project it used to be. It has officially made its way into .NET Core 3.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 21, 2019
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In this post, we're going to explore the OwningComponentBase class, which was added to Blazor in .NET Core 3 Preview 9. It has a single purpose, to create a service provider scope. This is really useful in Blazor as service scopes behave a bit differently to how they do in say, MVC or Razor Pages applications. Using this class as a base, we can create components which control the lifetime of the service provider scope.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 19, 2019
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Blazor supports dependency injection (DI). Apps can use built-in services by injecting them into components. Apps can also define and register custom services and make them available throughout the app via DI.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 17, 2019
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Curious what the experience would be like to trade in Javascript for C# on the front end? You are about to find out

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 15, 2019
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As a possible starting point for a future built-in feature, I’ve published a NuGet package called BlazorInputFile (source on GitHub), which provides a component called <InputFile>

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 10, 2019
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If you still would like to enhance your existing Razor Pages based application with some Blazor magic, one solution is completely create your pages in Blazor. This post shows you can add Blazor based pages into an existing Razor Pages application, where parts of the app are created using Razor Pages and parts of the app are created using Blazor Pages. Same layout is used for both types of pages.

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