Category: Web

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As a Blazor developer, it is essential to have a solid understanding of the lifecycle events that take place from the moment a Blazor component is created until it is eventually torn down. By gaining an understanding of the Blazor component lifecycle, you will be able to make your components more efficient and reduce the…
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If you’ve been working with Blazor for any length of time, it probably won’t be very long before you encounter the “yellow bar of death” which is displayed at the bottom of the browser window any time an unhandled exception occurs. Whenever this exception bar appears for Blazor Server apps, a page refresh is required…
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Data binding is a core feature of practically all front-end SPA (Single-page application) frameworks, including Blazor. Blazor provides lots of useful data-binding features that are enabled by using specific Razor syntax within components. In this article, I will cover the fundamental concepts of data binding with Blazor. After reading the article, you will understand the…
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Components are the fundamental building blocks used to develop interactive web applications with Blazor. At their most basic level, they are reusable UI (User Interface) segments that can be composed together to create complex layouts, usually containing code that enables dynamic behaviour. Blazor components (also known as Razor components) are one of the first things…