ASP.NET Core Blazor WebAssembly – Single-Page Applications mit C#

Session Abstract

Single-Page Applications (SPAs): bisher implementierte man sie vornehmlich mit JavaScript oder TypeScript, oft im Rahmen eines SPA Frameworks wie Angular oder React. Mittlerweile können nun durch den WebAssembly-Standard theoretisch beliebige Sprachen genutzt werden. Mit dem Blazor Framework auf Basis von WebAssembly hat das ASP.NET-Core-Team einen neuen Kandidaten am Start, um auch praktisch mit C# und .NET SPAs für den Browser realisieren zu können. Christian Weyer zeigt in diesem Webinar anhand von Beispielen, wie Blazor tickt, wie man es sinnvoll einsetzen kann und wo aktuell die Grenzen liegen – je nach Anwendungsfall.

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