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Announcing A Complete Blazor Mastery Course

Introduction

Blazor is a .NET web framework that allows us to create client-side applications using C#, Razor syntax, and HTML. It allows us to create a rich and modern Single Page Application (SPA), using C#, and run it on the browser of our choice.

Browser + Razor = Blazor

The name “Blazor” comes from the ability of the framework to run C# and Razor in the browser. Combining “browser” and “Razor” gives us the name “Blazor.” Code running in the browser executes in the same security sandbox as JavaScript frameworks.

Get the course now

The course is published by Codered from EC-council. Get the course Getting Started with Blazor and start your journey to become a complete Blazor developer.

Course overview

The overview video for this course is available on YouTube.

Source Code

The source code of the project which we have built in this course is available at GitHub.

Try out the application

The live demo of the project is available at https://movieappdemo.azurewebsites.net/. Navigate to the URL and see what we are going to build in this course.

Key Features of the Blazor course

  • This Blazor course will cover the Blazor concepts such as component and component communication, data binding, forms and validations, routing, debugging, and JavaScript Interop in detail. You do not need any previous knowledge of Blazor in order to take up this course.
  • You will learn how to create a real-world, full-stack web application with the help of Blazor WebAssembly, Entity Framework Core, and SQL Server. The app will support CRUD operation, authentication, authorization, and client-side state management.
  • By the end of this course, you will have a complete understanding of working with the Blazor framework. You will be able to create real-world web applications using Blazor.

The approach followed in this Blazor course

This course is divided into 4 chapters.

  1. The first chapter will introduce you to the Blazor framework. You will learn about the different Blazor hosting models and how to set up the Blazor development environment in your machine.
  2. The second chapter will cover the core concepts of Blazor such as Blazor components, data binding, event handling, forms and validations, routing, debugging, and JavaScript Interop.
  3. In the third chapter, we will create a full-stack, real-world application using Blazor WebAssembly, Entity Framework Core, and SQL Server.
  4. In the fourth chapter, we will learn how to deploy the full-stack Blazor WebAssembly application to IIS and Azure.

The course is full of hands-on instructions. Each concept and topic is explained with the help of code samples. Get the source code from GitHub and play around to understand what we are going to build in this course.

Looking for a discount!!!

As an introductory offer, you can also avail of a special discount of 20% on CodeRed Pro subscription.

Use Coupon Code SPECIAL20

The offer is valid for a limited period only.

Register Now: https://bit.ly/Getting_Started_with_Blazor


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