Blazor technology enables you to create sophisticated, manageable, and extensible single-page applications using C# and Razor syntax. Blazor Succinctly will cover the core elements of Blazor, then explore additional features by building a sample help desk application. Michael Washington will take readers from creating the project in Visual Studio to implementing email notifications.
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Table of Contents
What is Blazor?
The Help Desk Application
Create the Help Desk Application
Explore the Project
Creating a Data Layer
Creating New Tickets
Help Desk Ticket Administration
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