If you want to learn about Blazor WebAssembly and Dependency Injection in .NET, check out our online courses
Create a Small Blog in Blazor - Part 3 - Build Entity Framework Queries
We create services, with methods that contain Entity Framework queries for our blog before adding the services to Dependency Injection.
8th June 2020
Create a Small Blog in Blazor - Part 2 - Entity Framework Integration
We set up our entities and DbContext to integrate Entity Framework into our Blazor Server app. We also create the SQL Server database required.
29th May 2020
Create a Small Blog in Blazor - Part 1 - Create Application in Visual Studio
We get Visual Studio to create our Blazor Server App. Afterwards, we examine what files have been created and run through the demo Razor Components created.
21st May 2020
Is Asynchronous The Best Way To Go in ASP.NET Core?
We compare the differences between synchronous and asynchronous and find out if it's really better to code an ASP.NET application in async?
6th May 2020
Using Entity Framework in a Blazor Server Application
Find out how to change Entity Framework's scope to Transient and how to create new service scopes to use Entity Framework in Blazor.
9th April 2020
Using Reflection to Create a Dynamic OnModelCreating in Entity Framework
Using System.Reflection to invoke static OnModelCreating methods, allowing Entity Framework models to be invoked dynamically.
24th March 2020
Introduction to Blazor Hosting Models
We look at Blazor Server and Blazor WebAssembly, how you install the Visual Studio Templates and how to integrate an API through Blazor
8th March 2020
Getting Started with CORS in ASP.NET Core
Discussing how to integrate Cross-Origin Resource Sharing and using it to restrict origin, verbs and headers from the referrer.
25th February 2020
Binding, Child Components, Parameters and Event Callbacks in Blazor
Use some of Blazor's tools to create a simple message application that allows you to create, read, update and delete messages
13th February 2020
Intro to Blazor and Creating a Blazor App from Scratch
Learn how to create a Blazor app by using the tools in the Microsoft.AspNetCore.Components assembly and setting up Razor Components and Razor Pages
3rd February 2020
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