Progressive Web Application Development using EF Core and Blazor

Blazor is a client-side UI framework used to develop rich web UI experiences using HTML, CSS, and C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor is similar to other JavaScript frameworks but uses WebAssembly to execute C# code in the browser so that the front- and back-end of the web application can be written in the same language.…

Comprehensive Blazor Server

Blazor¬†Server is a .NET web technology for hosting applications that appear to be traditional single-page applications (SPAs), but actually run on the server, enabling traditional Microsoft authentication/authorization schemes. Users get the SPA experience, while developers avoid writing JavaScript and focus on traditional server-side C# implementation. In this Comprehensive Blazor Server training course, attendees learn how…

Building Business Web Applications using Blazor Server

Blazor for .NET Core web technology is for hosting server-side or client-side applications. In this course, the client-side version of Blazor, known as Blazor Server, will be covered. Explore creating rich client-side applications with strongly typed, cross-platform C# code. Reduce your dependence on complicated, hard-to-use JavaScript UI libraries and frameworks and utilize JavaScript only when…

Introduction to Blazor WebAssembly

Blazor for .NET Core web technology is for hosting server-side or client-side applications. In this course, the client-side version of Blazor, known as Blazor Server, will be covered. Explore creating rich client-side applications with strongly typed, cross-platform C# code. Reduce your dependence on complicated, hard-to-use JavaScript UI libraries and frameworks and utilize JavaScript only when…