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Getting Started: Blazor

Get started with Blazor in .NET

Blazor is a modern front-end web framework based on HTML, CSS, and C# that helps you build web apps faster by allowing you to use your existing knowledge of C# and minimizing the need to use JavaScript to a minimum amount. It is an incredible tool that can help developers be very productive by unifying the front-end stack with the back-end one. In this course, Microsoft MVP Jimmy Engström will assume you have no experience with Blazor, and he will spend the better part of 7 hours teaching you what Blazor is, how it works and how you can use it to build complex, production-grade web applications using C#.

Curriculum

Welcome

01:50

What will you learn in this course?

01:16

Who is the course for and prerequisites

00:31

What is Blazor?

01:36

The web before Blazor

04:06

WebAssembly

02:49

The origin of Blazor

04:14

What makes Blazor great?

05:48

Do companies use Blazor?

01:57

Installing the tools

01:29

Blazm Extension

01:36

Hosting models

17:55

Looking at the templates

27:48

Third party controls

01:28

Razor Syntax

06:22

@Page + Routing

07:29

Parameters

03:24

Dependency Injection Inject

09:52

@typeparam

03:53

@attribute

01:19

@attributes

04:00

@Using + _Imports

02:18

@layout

03:09

@onclick & EventCallbacks

05:17

Binding data

12:51

StateHasChanged

06:35

Cascading parameters

12:20

Where should I put the code?

08:11

Lifecycle events

06:15

Prerendering

07:53

Render modes

04:51

SSR

03:17

WebAssembly standalone

04:20

Introduction

01:18

Session/local Storage

04:46

Database

05:16

Injected Service

06:26

Introduction

00:58

The built-in template

09:31

Auth0

02:27

Introduction

00:31

Virtualize

09:32

NavLink

02:45

NavigationManager

06:47

ErrorBoundary

04:40

NavigationLock

04:53

QuickGrid

05:50

HeadContent /PageTitle

02:02

Section / Section outlet

06:19

Router

02:00

Introduction

00:17

EditForm

06:42

Validation

09:04

The controls

03:46

Creating a Form component (Textbox)

06:06

SSR Form

05:32

Introduction

01:10

Render fragments

07:34

HTMLRenderer

05:44

RenderFragment from method

03:48

Introduction

01:19

What library should I choose

02:07

Abstraction Layer

15:04

Intro

00:16

Debugging Blazor Server

03:55

Debugging WebAssembly

03:45

Hot Reload

02:51

Introduction

00:49

CSS

03:13

Isolated CSS

07:10

Introduction

00:29

Blazor to JavaScript

11:13

JavaScript to Blazor

06:25

Introduction

00:35

bUnit

08:53

Intro

06:21

Adding a list

13:05

Editing a todo

04:01

Adding a board

05:47

Going overboard with SignalR

05:33

Adding Progress and filters

04:04

Wrap up

01:23

Conclusion

01:02

Course Info

Level:
Getting Started
Duration:
7h 4m

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About the Author

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Jimmy Engström

Jimmy Engström has been developing ever since he was 7 years old and got his first computer. He loves to be on the cutting edge of technology, trying new things. When he got wind of Blazor, he immediately realized its potential and adopted it when it was in beta. He has been running Blazor in production since it was launched by Microsoft. He is the author of "Web Development with Blazor" and the co-host of Coding After Work (podcast and stream).

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