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What is Blazor?
An open-source web development framework by Microsoft, Blazor empowers engineers to build web applications using C# and HTML. By design, Blazor revolutionizes single-page apps (SPAs) by allowing the execution of Razor views on the client side. This means enhanced performance and reliability for your applications. Blazor features two key components: Blazor Server and Blazor WebAssembly.
- Blazor Server takes the server-side approach, reducing client-side processing and delivering highly efficient web applications.
Moreover, developers can use Blazor with the latest addition to the .NET platform, .NET MAUI, or WPF/Windows Forms to build Hybrid apps by reusing one set of web UI components across mobile, desktop, and web.
Blazor offers a host of compelling advantages that make it a standout choice for modern web development.
Blazor executes code on the client-side, eliminating the need for frequent server roundtrips, resulting in a snappier user interface and a smoother user experience.
Developers use a single language and platform for both client-side and server-side code, reducing the complexity of learning multiple languages, frameworks and tools.
By running UI-specific application code on the client-side, Blazor shields server-side code from potential vulnerabilities, fortifying the overall application security.
Blazor eliminates the need for complex tooling common in other front-end frameworks, thus making code maintenance easier, especially for large projects.
Blazor is based on WebAssembly – a portable binary format and a web standard adopted by all modern desktop and mobile browsers.
Blazor-powered apps can function offline, offering a smooth user experience and saving network bandwidth.