If you have some knowledge in C#, Blazor will help you dive into front-end development in no time. This also means you will be able to finish a project alone, taking care of both front and back ends, and use the same libraries!
If you have any experience with ASP.NET, you are probably also familiar with the Razor syntax. However, if you’re not, there’s no need to worry and run around looking for a Razor tutorial to take first: I will explain everything you need to know in this Razor pages tutorial. In just over two hours, this Blazor tutorial will help you get a firm understanding of how to use C# for web development.
In this Blazor tutorial, we will be using .NET Core, which is currently on its 3.0 release. .NET Core is often called a better version and a successor of the .NET framework, which won’t be receiving any updates in the future. .NET Core is a cross-platform framework that you can download free of charge and use in Windows, macOS, and Linux.
The easiest way to use Blazor with .NET is downloading either the Visual Studio IDE or the Visual Studio Code editor. It is also what I’m using in the video lectures of this Blazor tutorial, so using the same software will help you to follow my steps accurately. Of course, it’s not the only choice! If you prefer JetBrains Rider or OmniSharp, you can use them too.
We will start the Blazor and Razor pages tutorial by discussing the general syntax and getting to know the main principles of working with Blazor. Then, we will move onto practice! Explaining the server-side and the client-side development in-depth, I will make sure you understand all the necessary steps and concepts. Finally, we will take a look at a hosted project – a single solution for both client-side and the API. Let’s work together and achieve greatness!
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Taurius Litvinavicius has experienced good and bad moments in a formal education setting, therefore, in his courses, he only presents the most necessary tools and topics skipping the theoretical surplus. He has achieved success in both business and technology, so Taurius’s view is that an all-rounder in both areas is something to work for, and he’s the embodiment of his idea!
On BitDegree, you’re welcome to tap into Taurius’s knowledge and practical experience by learning to deal with API requests and responses, building your own authentication system along the way with .NET Core. You may also get the essentials of the SQL server setup and also become more than familiar with Blazor. Taurius Litvinavicius will take care of your progress so that you can develop into a better version of yourself as a coder.