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 | 11.10.2022

Blazor in .NET 7: Server, WebAssembly & Hybrid – ein Wegweiser

Schon seit .NET 1.0 in 2002 bietet uns unser Lieblingsframework die Möglichkeit, Web-Anwendungen zu bauen. Damals mit ASP.NET Web Forms. In den letzten 20 Jahren hat sich das Web, und damit eben auch ASP.NET stark weiterentwickelt. Zuerst AJAX, dann MVC, Web APIs, Razor, Razor Pages und jetzt eben: Blazor. Blazor ist dabei aber nicht nur ein Programmiermodell, sondern gleich drei Dinge auf einmal: Spannung, Spiel und… äh.. naja, Blazor Server, Blazor WebAssembly und Blazor Hybrid. In dieser Session erklären Ihnen die beiden Blazor-Experten Sebastian Gingter und Patrick Jahr was ASP.NET Core Blazor, wie es offiziell heisst, überhaupt ist, wie sich die drei Geschmacksrichtungen unterscheiden und ob man Blazor überhaupt und falls ja welche Variante davon man für seine Projekte in Erwägung ziehen sollte.


BASTA! Herbst 2022
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