Blazor is Framework came under ASP.Net core application. It is released with .Net core 3.
Blazor takes advantage of Web assemblies, which allows running assembly on the browser itself. And almost modern browsers support this feature.
Throughout this series, I am going to teach you how to create your own custom Blazor components and handle data, parameters, events, and more.
The course outline includes:
- Introduction to Blazor and Web Assembly. And understood how it works.
- Check a different kind of hosting models supported by Blazor for creating applications.
- Understood how to use Parameters to pass a value to the component.
- Bind fields and attach events on controls.
- Use RenderFragments to generate templates.
- Understood cascade parameter and pass multiple values.
- Use routings for the component. Using URL Helper generate URLs for any component.
- Create and validate forms before sending the request to the server-side.
- Use dependency injection with built-in service as well as custom service.
- And learn how to deploy an application for both hosting models.
- And Extended sessions for how to upgrade to the final version of 3.0 and 3.1 previews.
Hey, My name is Nilay Mehta! I am an experienced .Net developer, having the Microsoft certificate of Programming with C#.Net.
I have a Master of Computer Applications and Bachelor of Computer Application degrees. Starting out in the IT industry about 3 years ago. I've worked with a range of development tools from PHP, C#, ASP.NET, and ASP.Net core.
I am a passionate software engineer who loves learning new technologies, and from the past 3 years, I'm enjoying sharing that knowledge through blogs and courses.