Blazor leverages the structure of .net Core for common practices as well as patterns. It also uses the ability of .net Core to run anywhere by supporting the server-side and client-side hosting model.
Initially, Blazor started as a client-side SPA (Single Page Application) framework. The initial objective was to operate .net applications in the browser by using Razor and Web Assembly. Nevertheless, during the development phase, the team decided that they will include a server-side hosting model as well to Blazor. In this way, the developers were able to write codes without depending on the hosting model. In this manner, the only case when code will be identified as server-side or client-side is when the information will be fetched.
All Microsoft website developers find that Blazor is quite appealing since it has been developed as a framework by the ASP.net community for producing client-side applications. It provides the advantages of a rich and contemporary single-page app framework by making use of ASP.net technology. Moreover, this framework’s idea will be able to combine the efficiencies of C#, and Razor happens to be a client-side web project capable of running in the browser completely. It comes with every feature needed for producing a contemporary web framework which we have mentioned below.
One particular question that is usually asked while using Blazor is about using a certain user interface framework. It is a fact that while Blazor uses razor templates for creating components, the outcome happens to be HTML which is rendered in the browser. Unlike any other CSS OR HTML, the CSS and HTML which Blazor generates are similar to the browser. This implies that every valid CSS and HTML is also effective inside a Blazor app. This implies that it will be possible to make use of every CSS feature, including CSS custom properties, media queries for responsive design, and pre-processers such as Sass.
Blazor comes with additional features for helping with HTML generation, like inbuilt Form and Input components. These happen to be optional components that abstract away the typical job of creating a valid form. Ultimately, standard HTML is rendered by the components. It will be possible for these components to use standard HTML attributes such as id and class.
Blazor has inbuilt CSS isolation that aids in preventing styling conflicts among libraries and components. CSS isolation is going to be created at build time. Meanwhile, a unique identifier is added by Blazor to CSS selectors that help in matching an HTML attribute rendered by the component.
This particular feature leverages HTML and CSS attributes that happen to be web standard technologies comprehended by the browser natively. The outcome is CSS selectors having a high specificity level that normal CSS cascading cannot override.
One essential thing to note here is that Blazor WebAssembly doesn’t need to have .net on the server. Blazor can be used as the Frontend if we have any backend written in another technology like PHP, Node, ROR, and so on.
Blazor can be considered a wonderful piece of technology that will prove extremely effective for .net developers out there. The learning curve is also not that steep for anyone who happens to be a beginner. In case you are starting a fresh project having .net skills already, or you don’t have any skill for web development at all. In case you want to make the browser perform where your application is going to run, it will be a sensible idea to give a chance to Blazor.
Jatin Panchal is Founder & Managing Director of Rlogical Techsoft Pvt. Ltd, a custom web & mobile app development company specialized in Outsourcing Web Development Services, Android, iOS and IoT App development.
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