Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C# Blazor

  • 2020-01-09 01:58 AM
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Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C# Blazor. For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed.

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In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET run-time (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.

#JavaScript #Blazor #dotnet

EVENT: Øredev 2019

SPEAKER: Ed Charbeneau

PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS:

Øredev Conference Organizer provided Learn {to} Code with the permission to republish Øredev tech talks.

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