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Blazor vs Stamplay: What are the differences?

Developers describe Blazor as "An experimental web UI framework using C#/Razor and HTML, running in the browser via WebAssembly". Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. You author Blazor apps using C#/Razor and HTML. On the other hand, Stamplay is detailed as "API Lego for developers. Build back-end piecing together APIs as building blocks". The API-based development platform enabling developers to do 80% of the job in 1% of the time thanks to: out of the box APIs for users and data, one-click integration with any API, scalable infrastructure and SDKs. Build Rome in a day.

Blazor and Stamplay belong to "Web App Builders" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Blazor are:

  • Uses only the latest web standards
  • No plugins or transpilation needed
  • A component model for building composable UI

On the other hand, Stamplay provides the following key features:

  • One click API integrations with Stripe, Algolia, Twilio, Sendgrid and more
  • Build server-side business logic with no code
  • API to store any data type

Blazor is an open source tool with 8.18K GitHub stars and 664 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Blazor's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Blazor
Pros of Stamplay
  • 32
    Uses C#
  • 23
    No need to learn separate language or technology
  • 18
    Supports making a single page application
  • 18
    Uses .NET standard library
  • 17
    Tight integration with .NET project
  • 13
    No need to compile, bundle and deploy separately
  • 12
    Very little JavaScript required
  • 9
    Shared classes between client and server
  • 6
    Components
  • 6
    App state can be managed singleton objects
  • 6
    Third party state management i.e. Blazor-State
  • 5
    Very easy JavaScript interop if required
  • 4
    Has Server AND Client hosting models
  • 3
    Cross Platform
  • 45
    Easy to use
  • 32
    No code for the backend
  • 32
    Out-of-the-box features
  • 29
    Easy and fast setup
  • 25
    Incredibly easy point 'n' click backend logic
  • 25
    Great customer support
  • 22
    Ease of back-end development
  • 18
    Low learning curve
  • 13
    Amazing app :)
  • 12
    Breathtaking ux
  • 4
    Elegant
  • 3
    Allows devs to focus on what makes their app unique
  • 3
    Terrific ifttt feature
  • 2
    Great features and easy setup

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Cons of Blazor
Cons of Stamplay
  • 3
    Initial load time
  • 2
    Hard to inject javascript
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    What is Blazor?

    Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. You author Blazor apps using C#/Razor and HTML.

    What is Stamplay?

    The API-based development platform enabling developers to do 80% of the job in 1% of the time thanks to: out of the box APIs for users and data, one-click integration with any API, scalable infrastructure and SDKs. Build Rome in a day.

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