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Build Powerful Web Applications with Blazor

What is Blazor?

Blazor app builder is basically a single-page app framework where developers can build interactive client-side Web applications with .NET. It uses open web standards sans the plugins or code transpilation. Blazor functions well in all modern web browsers, including mobile browsers.

Microsoft released the Blazor as a new experimental .NET web framework combining the power of C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly.

Here is why Blazor will continue to grow

  • Blazor runs in a memory safe sandboxed environment and is as fast as native applications.
  • Required SPA features are easily supported by Blazor like components, routing, dependency injection for an up to date experience as a programmer.
  • You can deploy Blazor applications on machines having no .NET, just as static files.
  • Blazor comes with ultra-rich IntelliSense and tooling for lesser development time.
  • It is supported by all mainstream browsers like Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Safari along with the ability to run on older (non-WebAssembly) ones via asm.js.

As a developer, you program the code in C# in the case of JavaScript, and you use most of the .NET ecosystem of open source libraries. For the majority of the part, if it is a .NET Standard, it will function in the browser.

The code of .NET runs inside the context of WebAssembly. In this case, what you are doing is, running a ‘.NET’ inside your browser on the client-side with no use of plugins, no Silverlight, Java, Flash, but just the open web standards.

Key benefits of using Blazor

Interactive web UI

With Blazor, you can develop interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor apps are composed of reusable web UI components with C#, HTML, and CSS. With client and server code written in C#, it is easy to share code and libraries.

Open web standards

Blazor uses open web standards without plug-ins or code transpilation. Blazor works in all modern web browsers, including mobile browsers.

Share code and libraries

Blazor apps can use existing .NET libraries. .NET Standard provides the same code and libraries for the server, in the browser, or anywhere you write .NET code.

Free Tools

Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code together give a great Blazor development experience on Windows, Linux, and macOS.

UI Component Ecosystem

Re-usable UI components from vendors like Telerik, DevExpress, Syncfusion, Radzen, Infragistics, GrapeCity, jQWidgets, and others.


Why should an ASP.NET application development company choose to develop with Blazor rather than pure client-side JavaScript or ASP. NET Core MVC/Razor? Maybe now we have our answer. Blazor provides all the benefits that a company needs to sustain a powerful web application. And on the other side, it has all the required features to help developers build applications with ease and power.

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