Blazor is a framework for creating SPA webpages with either client-side or server-side architectures, using Razor technology written with the C# language. Because client-side Blazor with WebAssembly executes entirely on a user's browser, it's very fast for many applications. In Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly, Michael Washington will take readers through the core elements of Blazor and then explore additional features by building a sample application.
This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly ebook for free in PDF format (2.3 MB).
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
Blazor WebAssembly Succinctly
For personal or educational use
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