How Microsoft Blazor will Bring a New Change to Web Development
The field of web application development is constantly evolving with new programming languages and tools gaining acceptance among developers; the latest one being Microsoft’s Blazor.
Main Features of Blazor
1.Direct running of .NET code in the browser
2. Reusable UI components
Both the server and the client-sides share the same .NET app logic, i.e; the client-side code can be reused for the server-side without the aid of any plugins or code transpilation.
4. SPA Features
It has many features of Single-page applications like dependency injection, server-side rendering, routing, forms and validation, etc.
5. Cross-Browser Compatibility
Blazor is supported by Windows, Linux and macOS and also runs on mobile browsers and container platforms like Docker. So far, two Blazor hosting models have been released.
Let’s take a look.
SignalR is an event-driven library that adds real-time web functionality to apps. This enables instantaneous pushing of server-side contents to client-side. Thus, Blazor Server apps have smaller download sizes and faster loading times.
Three more editions – Blazor Hybrid, Blazor PWA and Blazor Native are in the pipeline.
With a growing community and a smooth learning curve, Blazor is slated to bring new paradigms to web development, thereby enhancing both developer efficiency and user experience. As a leading .NET development company, we are committed to embrace Blazor to build robust web apps for businesses.
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