Blazor is a new web UI framework that has become one of the headline features of .NET Core 3 and beyond. It lets you build rich interactive user experiences in C# and Razor, offering the benefits of a single-page app (SPA) framework while keeping all your code and data in .NET. It gives you a modern component-based architecture for powerful code reuse, first-class development tools, and all the productivity of .NET.
This talk will focus mostly on Blazor WebAssembly, which lets you create true client-side applications. We’ll go right from “getting started” up to much more advanced features such as strongly-typed API access, testing, deployment, and offline support. We’ll even take an early preview of future features that are still being prototyped by the team.