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Ebook: Learning Blazor

Build Single-Page Apps with WebAssembly and C#

 

Take advantage of your C# skills to build UI components and client-side experiences with .NET. With this practical guide, you'll learn how to use Blazor WebAssembly to develop next-generation web experiences. Built on top of ASP.NET Core, Blazor represents the future of .NET single-page applications (SPA) investments.

Author David Pine, who focuses on .NET and Azure content development at Microsoft, explains how WebAssembly enables many non-JavaScript-based programming languages to run on the client browser. In this book, you'll learn about real-time web functionality with ASP.NET Core SignalR. You'll learn strategies for bidirectional JavaScript interop. David covers component data binding, hierarchical event-driven communications, in-memory state management, and local storage.

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This book shows you how to:

    • Create a feature-rich Blazor app that looks beautiful
    • Localize an enterprise-scale app as the sole developer using GitHub Actions and Azure Cognitive Services Translator service
    • Create advanced validation scenarios for input-based components with forms
    • Automatically deploy and host to Azure Static Web Apps, and rely on HTTP services
    • Utilize geolocation service native to the browser, as well as native speech synthesis and recognition
    • Author a custom modal verification mechanism for validating a user
    • Determine the best approach for building reliable, architecturally sound websites

Author


Jim Holmes

David Pine

Developer Relations, Microsoft

David Pine works in Developer Relations at Microsoft, focusing on .NET and Azure developer content. He is recognized as a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies, and is Twilio Champion. David focuses on the developer community, actively seeking opportunities to share knowledge through speaking engagements around the world. He also advocates for open-source, the .NET Foundation, C#, TypeScript, SignalR, Reactive Extensions, Azure and .NET.

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