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Blazor is a Single Page Application framework created by Microsoft.

With Blazor, you write C# to generate dynamic content and with Blazor WebAssembly you can become a full stack developer with C# on both front end and back end.

In this course by Frank Liu (via freeCodeCamp.org), you will learn about the architecture, how Blazor works, and how to create a real-world project as you learn to use Blazor.

Course Contents

  • (0:00:00) Introduction
  • (0:00:34) Blazor Architecture Overview
  • (0:11:59) Blazor Architecture In Depth
  • (0:24:00) Blazor Hosting Models
  • (0:32:23) Project Structure
  • (0:48:31) Data Binding
  • (1:12:21) Components Basics
  • (1:33:33) Communication Between Components Overview
  • (1:37:59) Component Parameters
  • (1:45:03) Route Parameters
  • (1:57:05) Cascading Parameters
  • (2:14:58) EventCallBack
  • (2:27:16) Referencing Child Components
  • (2:40:06) Templated Components – RenderFragment
  • (2:51:31) Templated Components – Generic Typed Item List
  • (3:07:01) Templated Components – Generic Typed RenderFragment
  • (3:27:27) Templated Components – Generic Typed RenderFragment as a Form
  • (3:37:30) When is Rendering Triggered
  • (3:59:45) Lifecycle Events Sequence
  • (4:11:39) Avoiding Data Initialization Pitfall
  • (4:16:15) Forms and Validations
  • (4:22:00) Dependency Injection
  • (4:49:34) State Management with Flux in C#
  • (5:34:37) Authentication
  • (6:04:18) Creating a reusable DataGrid Component – Columns Configuration
  • (6:36:27) Creating a reusable DataGrid Component – Paging
  • (7:16:49) Creating a reusable DataGrid Component – Sorting
  • (7:42:51) Thank you and My Contact Info

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