Build Fullstack App using Blazor and C#
Blazor from basics to web sockets
What you'll learn
- Blazor navigation
- Blazor components
- Accessing APIs and WebSockets in Blazor
- CSS isolation
- Background tasks in Blazor
- Blazor code libraries
The brand new Blazor course will get you started very efficiently and with lots of opportunities for you to practice and check your skills. You will start with basic setup, basic syntax, navigation and a few more basic things. But in the end, more advanced features and use cases will not be forgotten.
In the first section we will cover the basics of blazor - such as the syntax itself and bindings between input/output elements and the variables in the C# code.
The second section will cover the navigation in Blazor, from basic route setup, to parameters and even more. The third section will show you one of the more specific Blazor features - components.
You will see how they are setup, how the parameters are passed through and many more things about them.
The fourth section will show you can access APIs in Blazor and with that - how to establish WebSockets in Blazor. Also, you will see an example of API implementation in Blazor.
Alongside the general lectures, you will also find examples that will incorporate what you have learned in a specific section and in the previous section. The first one will show how to create a multiple selection arrangement, it uses bindings and all the other basic Blazor features and it can be used in quizzes and other real-world arrangements. Then in the components section, you will see how components can be used to create a list, The last example will incorporate most of the things of the previous sections and will add access to API. There is much to learn and much to experience with the course and the examples in it.
Who this course is for:
- C# developers
I am a businessman with a wide range of software development skills, including .net core, MSSQL, c++ and other technologies. I have worked on the most straightforward and the most complicated projects, but no matter what the task is, the best way - is the straightforward way. Therefore, in my lectures, I will only cover the things that you will actually need. My goal is to help bring technology and business together, because there is nothing better than an all-rounder in these areas.