Blazor WebAssembly ermöglicht SPAs und PWAs für Desktop und Mobile - mit C#, .NET und HTTPS-/REST-Calls. Aber da muss es nicht aufhören. Über gRPC, beziehungsweise gRPC-Web, kann man zum einen optimierte binäre Daten zwischen Blazor und APIs austauschen - und zum anderen eine Contract-First-Programmierung realisieren. Blazor kann auch hier im Konzert von etablierten Cross-Plattform-Lösungen mitspielen.

Im Webinar am 14. Oktober 2020 zeigte Christian Weyer Blazor WebAssembly in Action - jenseits von REST.

Recording des Blazor-gRPC-Webinars


  • gRPC & gRPC-Web als mögliche Alternative zu Web-APIs
  • gRPC-Services mit ASP.NET Core – Code- & Contract-first
  • gRPC-Web-Clients mit Blazor WebAssembly
  • Q&A

Code Sample

Slidedeck zum Blazor-gRPC-Webinar

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