Episode 73

How to run .NET code in your browser with Blazor

Jonathan Mezach - 19-09-2018

WebAssembly (WASM) is a new run-time that runs inside web-browsers. This means that if you can compile code that was written in the language of your choice to the WASM compatible binary format, it can run in the browser. This enables us to build high performance client-side code in our favorite programming-language - e.g. C# or Rust. Blazor is an open-source framework created by Microsoft that enables you to run .NET Core applications on WASM. In this episode, our colleague Jonathan Mezach will introduce Blazor in some more detail. After that he will show you some demos of simple applications built using Blazor.

Check out the demo-code on Github: https://github.com/jmezach/BlazorTodoSample/tree/master

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