Part 1: What is Blazor? And why is it so exciting?

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Abstract:
What started as a prototype in 2017 has become one of the hottest technologies in the .NET ecosystem. Blazor is Microsoft’s new front-end framework for building single page applications using C#, not JavaScript. That’s right, C# running in your browser. No plugins, transpilation or voodoo magic involved - just web standards.
In this talk, you'll learn all about this game changing platform and how it brings choice back into front-end development.

Starting from the beginning, you'll explore Blazor's flexible architecture and it's different rendering modes. You'll learn how C# code is able to run in the browser via a technology called WebAssembly. You'll also cover Blazor's component model, syntax, project types and more.
By the end, you'll have a solid understanding of what Blazor is and how it could be the last framework you'll ever need!

Agenda:

Chris will lead the session on Zoom, allowing you the opportunity to ask questions throughout. It will last aprox 1 hour.

About Chris:

Chris is a Microsoft MVP, software engineer and blogger with over 15 years of experience working with ASP.NET.

Chris is passionate about sharing his knowledge with the community and is an avid blogger and speaker. A strong believer in open source, he maintains several projects under the GitHub organisation, Blazored. He also contributes to other projects as much as possible. Chris is a proud member of the .NET Foundation.

You can find Chris online at his blog chrissainty.com and on Twitter as @chris_sainty.