With Blazor WebAssembly we are now able to create single-page applications (SPA) using C# and the ASP.NET Core Framework. When coming from ASP.NET Core MVC, you may ask yourself what .NET features are available, limited, or not available when running in the browser. One of them is logging, which is a basic means for debugging in both production environments and during development.
When starting with new frameworks that have a lifecycle for their artifacts like components, then you may assume that the lifecycle is strictly linear. In other words, step A comes before step B comes before step C, and so on. Usually, this is the case until it is not. The lifecycle of the Blazor components is not an exception in this matter.
Re-Using Angular components in a Blazor WebAssembly application using Angular Elements – Web Components custom elements, FTW!