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Build and Learn ASP.NET 6.0 Blazor Hands-On [Video]

By : Kaushik Roy Chowdhury
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Build and Learn ASP.NET 6.0 Blazor Hands-On [Video]

By: Kaushik Roy Chowdhury

Overview of this book

This comprehensive video course is designed to provide a complete overview of the Blazor framework, covering installation and configuration requirements; it has been divided into several sections. The course starts with an introduction and overview of the Blazor framework and concludes with a demo of the finished application. In section one, you will be guided through the necessary installation and configuration requirements for the Blazor framework; section two provides a more detailed overview of the Blazor framework, including hosting models. Section three dives straight into building the first component, taking advantage of the component-based ecosystem of Blazor. Further sections cover advanced concepts such as data binding, routing, and lifecycle methods. In addition, the course explores the new features added to the latest version of ASP.NET Core 3.1. You will also learn how to build a CRUD movie application, explore asynchronous programming fundamentals that are essential for Blazor, and introduce authorization to the movie app, allowing users to view only their own user profile data. Throughout the course, you will gain a deeper understanding of the various components of Blazor and get practical experience through hands-on coding exercises. By the end of the course, you will be able to learn and build an ASP.NET 6.0 project. All resources and code files are placed here:
Table of Contents (13 chapters)
Migrating the Completed Blazor MovieApp to ASP.NET6.0
Introduction to ASP.NET Core 3.1 Blazor
Asynchronous Programming Fundamentals
Additional Content: Adding Spinkit for Loading Indication to Movies App
Paginating the Movies
Bonus Section: Progressive Web Applications
Testing Blazor Using bUnit
Chapter 4
Components in Blazor
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Section 1
Create Your First Razor Component in Blazor
In this video, you will create your first Razor (Blazor) component that computes the average of numbers, and you will understand the core concept of components and be able to build simple components with Blazor.