What is Blazor?
Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. You author Blazor apps using C#/Razor and HTML.
Blazor is a tool in the Low Code Platforms category of a tech stack.
Blazor is an open source tool with 9.1K GitHub stars and 695 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Blazor's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Blazor?
80 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Blazor.
Why developers like Blazor?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Blazor
- Uses only the latest web standards
- No plugins or transpilation needed
- A component model for building composable UI
- Forms and validation
- Dependency injection
- Live reloading in the browser during development
- Server-side rendering
- Full .NET debugging both in browsers and in the IDE
- Rich IntelliSense and tooling
- Ability to run on older (non-WebAssembly) browsers via asm.js
- Publishing and app size trimming
Blazor Alternatives & Comparisons
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