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As of now around 25+ components are implemented in Blazor.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Dec 24, 2019
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CRUD using Blazor and Entity Framework Core

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Dec 16, 2019
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Let's have a look at what it would take to make a search app using Lucene.NET as the engine.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Nov 30, 2019
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In this article, we are going to create a web application using Blazor with the help of ADO.NET. Here we are going to discuss about how to perform the Create, Read, Update and Delete also called CRUD operations in Blazor with ADO.NET.We will be creating a sample Customer Record Management System and perform CRUD using Blazor on it.

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One way to have data persist across sessions in a client-side Blazor WebAssembly application is to write to the browser’s LocalStorage or SessionStorage collection. This will allow the user to refresh or re-open the page and have the same experience as when they last left off.

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When a developer makes the API call, it will take a while to bring the result. In that case, the application needs to show a waiting message like ‘please wait’ or some wait image to notify the end-user that the page is loading. This article explains how to display a standby image in the Blazor application while waiting for the API call.

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My last post investigated ways to build a .NET Core desktop/console app with a web-rendered UI without bringing in the full weight of Electron. This seems to have interested a lot of people, so I decided to upgrade it to newer technologies and add cross-platform support.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Nov 24, 2019
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Advanced Blazor techniques are covered such as sharing Razor class libraries between a Blazor WebAssembly project and Blazor server-side. Shows how to reference embedded resources like JavaScript libraries, debug on server-side then deploy as client-side and debug in the browser.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Nov 24, 2019
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You can easily implement a Rich Text Editor in your Blazor applications using the free open source component called Quill.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Nov 24, 2019
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WebAssembly lets .NET developers conquer the web browser. But is it ready for prime time? There are plenty of WebAssembly-powered projects under way. But one of the fastest out of the gate is Blazor, a .NET stack for building single-page web apps that recently graduated from speculative preview technology to early-stage beta. Microsoft plans to release the first version of Blazor in May 2020.

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