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Blazor comes with three hosting models which are categorized how the App is served to the browser and interactions are handled.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Aug 20, 2019
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Almost all rich client-side web apps (SPAs) involve interacting with a data store. Normally, that data store is held on some server, and the browser-based app queries it by making HTTP calls to some API endpoint. Another option, though, is to store a database client-side in the browser. The great benefit of doing so is that it permits completely instant querying, and can even work offline.

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The biggest thing is that it was announced that Server-Side Blazor is going to ship with .NET Core 3. This post is going to walk through creating a server-side Blazor application including authentication.

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One of the biggest advantages of following that method is to be able to take advantage of functionality such as count to enable an on-demand function in almost every web application such as navigation.

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The latest preview for .NET Core 3 (preview-6) has introduced the functionality to add authentication and authorization in a server-side Blazor application. In this article, you can learn how to implement authentication and authorization using Facebook in a server-side Blazor application.

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