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07 - 11 June 2021
Blazor in .NET 6 makes client-side web development faster and more productive than ever before. Let’s kick off the summer by looking at all the new Blazor features in .NET 6: .NET Hot Reload, WebAssembly ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation, error boundaries, integration with .NET MAUI, and much more!
Egil joins us to give a brief introduction to bUnit and then dive into some of the best practices for writing components tests, tests which results in both stable and maintainable test suites as well as maintainable Blazor components.
In this session Fahad will show how he has used the below Blazor concepts to make my demo app (BlazingChat) run faster.
On .NET Live
In this session we'll jump past hello world and focus on Blazor's Razor Component architecture. We'll learn component design concepts and best practices including: event handling, attribute splatting, state management, and component
libraries. Through example we'll understand the tools and techniques from one of the top Blazor community contributors and Microsoft MVP, Ed Charbeneau.
Jump past hello world and focus on Blazor's Razor Component architecture.
As applications evolve, so do user workflows. They never seem to use apps the way we expect! It leads to engineers needing to work on improving the UX to adapt to workflows. Georgia will walk you through creating a custom Blazor component to improve a common workflow flaw in GIFBot, an interactive Twitch bot built on ASP.NET and Blazor.
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