AspNet Core Blazor: The Big Picture

Demystifying ASP.NET Core Blazor — Core Concepts and Features
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2,646 students
AspNet Core Blazor: The Big Picture
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (112 ratings)
2,647 students
What is AspNet Core Blazor?
Why use Blazor instead of some well-known JavaScript Frameworks?
Which are the two Blazor application hosting models?
What is Blazor WebAssembly and Blazor Server?
What is a Blazor Component and how to use them?
How to work with data using one-way data binding, two-way data binding and event binding?

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of C#
  • Basic understanding of Html, CSS and JavaScript
Description

Blazor is a free and open-source web framework that enables developers to create web apps using C# and HTML. It is being developed by Microsoft.

On "Asp.Net Core Blazor: The Big Picture" you will learn foundational knowledge of developing interactive client-side Web UIs with C#.
By the end of this course you will know:

  • What is Asp.Net Core Blazor?

  • Why use Blazor instead of so many other SPA frameworks?

  • What is the difference between Blazor WebAssembly and Blazor Server?

  • What is a Component and how to nest components?

  • How to work with data in Blazor using one-way, two-way and event data binding?

  • etc...


Who this course is for:
  • Any developer who wants to know what is Blazor, why to use it and how it works
Course content
3 sections • 8 lectures • 39m total length
  • Welcome to Asp.Net Core Blazor
    01:01
  • What is Asp.Net Core Blazor?
    02:32
  • Why use Asp.Net Core Blazor?
    02:38
  • Anatomy of a Blazor WebAssembly Application
    07:02
  • Anatomy of a Blazor Server Application
    05:10
  • AspNet Core Blazor Component
    11:51
  • AspNet Core Blazor Data Binding
    07:00
  • Summary
    02:04

Instructor
LinkedIn Learning & Pluralsight Author
Ervis Trupja
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 700 Reviews
  • 17,262 Students
  • 3 Courses

I am a developer with good insights into Mathematics and Data Structures.  When asked, I always see myself as a .Net Developer because of my affinity for the Microsoft platform, though I do pride myself on continually learning new languages, paradigms, methodologies, and topics. 

Additionally, I am a Pluralsight and LinkedIn Learning Author and also a Microsoft Certified  Trainer.