An Introduction to Building Applications with Blazor: How to get started creating applications using this exciting easy to use Microsoft C# framework

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How to get started creating applications using this exciting easy to use Microsoft C# framework.

Using over 250 diagrams and images, this book describes what Blazor is, what makes it different, and how to use it to create business applications.

The tutorials walk you through 100% of the required code to build the applications and examples.

Chapter 1: What is Blazor?

Chapter 2: Getting Started

Chapter 3: Blazor Binding, Events and Parameters

Chapter 4: Creating a Step-By-Step End-To-End Database Server-Side Blazor Application

Chapter 5: Blazor Forms and Validation

Chapter 6: Implementing State Management in Blazor

Chapter 7: Creating Blazor Templated Components

Chapter 8: Blazor JavaScript Interop

Chapter 9: A Demonstration of Simple Server Side Blazor Cookie Authentication

Chapter 10: Deploying a Server Side Blazor Application To Azure

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About the author

Michael Washington is an ASP.NET C# programmer. He has extensive knowledge in process improvement, billing systems, and student information systems.

He is the founder and runs the following websites: (Microsoft Blazor) (Open Source Help Desk Software) (Microsoft Cognitive Services)

He has a son, Zachary and resides in Los Angeles with his wife Valerie.

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Oct 21, 2019
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