Build Real world application with Blazor (.NET Core 3.1)
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Build Real world application with Blazor (.NET Core 3.1)

Build real world application using Blazor that allows developers to run C# in the browser.
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Created by Bhrugen Patel
Last updated 6/2020
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This course includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Blazor Basics
  • Blazor Server Side Project
  • Components in Blazor
Requirements
  • Basics of ASP NET Core
  • Basic Entity Framework
Description

In the past, JavaScript had a monopoly in client-side web development. As developers, we had the choice of frameworks (e.g. Angular, React, etc.) but at the end it always boiled down to JavaScript. Blazor changes that.

Blazor is an exciting .NET web framework that allows developers to run C# in the browser.

Blazor Server has been released with .net core 3.0 and Blazor client will be released in May 2020. No matter which route you decide to go the syntax is identical.

In this course we will start with the basic building blocks of blazor with its syntax and then we will build a real world project!


It is a great time to start your journey with blazor to get a headstand with the technology! Blazor is still in initial phase of development cycle and nowhere close to being Mature, hence there are many changes but I will keep the course updated so you can always have the latest content!

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone curious about what is Blazor
Course content
Expand all 58 lectures 03:40:05
+ Project Overview
9 lectures 22:36
Tools Needed
00:09
Create Project
01:47
Run Project
01:06
Common Files with ASP.NET Core
04:20
Startup and _Host
04:53
App.Razor
05:25
Shared Folder
01:38
DI Lifetime
01:35
+ Learn Blazor
12 lectures 46:46
Organizing Folders
02:01
Debugging Errors and Styling
03:44
First Blazor Component
03:24
Data Bindings
05:47
Event Binding
01:49
Component Base
02:36
Understanding Counter Component
01:50
Routing Parameters
05:48
Route Parameters from Query String
04:46
Passing Value from Parent To Child Component
07:54
Event Call Back
05:18
Reviews
01:49
+ Category
11 lectures 47:17
Models for our project
01:47
Adding Category Model
02:12
Push Category To Database
04:38
Category Service
06:10
Register Category Service
03:28
Display Category Table
05:57
Popup Window to Add Category
04:58
Add New Category
05:06
Form Validations
04:25
Edit Category
05:49
Delete Category
02:47
+ Product
11 lectures 45:10
Create Product Model
03:53
Product Service
05:34
Blazor Input File
02:14
Code Methods in Product Component Part 1
04:38
Code Methods in Product Component Part 2
03:58
Product Razor Add UI Part 1
05:56
Add Product UI Part 2
04:54
Edit Product
02:26
Form Validations
03:17
Authentication
07:20
Authorization Error
01:00
+ Authorization
2 lectures 07:16
Index Razor Component
03:20
Index Child Component
03:56
+ Appointment
9 lectures 33:01
Appointment Model
02:55
Appointment Service
01:57
Details Demo
01:12
Details Blazor
06:24
Details Child Component
05:05
Appointment Child Component
06:08
Book Appointments
06:01
Assignment
02:09
Assignment cntd
01:10