Blazor

Blazor is a well-established technology for effective web development by leveraging C# and .NET, giving developers the efficiency and flexibility to design interactive user interfaces.

What is Blazor?

Blazor is a programming framework created by Microsoft that allows you to develop modern web applications using the C# language and the .NET platform. Blazor offers two main editions: Blazor WebAssembly and Blazor Server. With WebAssembly, Blazor apps run in the browser via WebAssembly, allowing you to build powerful and interactive user interfaces. In the Server version, however, the user interface is managed on the server and changes are sent to the client via real-time communication.

Blazor

Blazor technology is used by developers and development teams, especially those experienced in C# and .NET. It is especially attractive to those who want to create interactive web applications without having to learn JavaScript. With the ability to develop in a familiar language, Blazor eliminates the barrier to entry for .NET developers by giving them full control over the UI, support for .NET developer tools, and performance based on mature technologies. This combination facilitates the development of powerful web applications, reducing the time and effort needed for development and providing a consistent and secure development environment.

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Main advantages of Blazor


Performance optimization

Blazor dynamically manages component rendering, minimizing unnecessary refreshes and improving overall app performance.

Security

By leveraging .NET security mechanisms such as authentication and authorization, Blazor applications are highly secured.

Full control over the UI

Blazor gives developers full control over the generated UI by using C# components instead of markup.

Portability

Blazor apps can run both on the server and in the browser, giving you flexibility in your choice of runtime.

Real time support

Blazor enables real-time app development by integrating with SignalR, which is great for apps that need instant communication.

"WebAssembly" support

Blazor WebAssembly lets you run Blazor apps directly in the browser for better performance and interactivity.

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