What is Blazor?
Blazor utilizes .NET at its core, there is a large ecosystem of existing libraries to tap into as well as rock-solid performance, reliability, and security that we’ve come to expect from 20 years of ASP.NET.
What are the features of Blazor?
Microsoft boasts a long list of Blazor features , but some of the more notable are:
Share server-side and client-side app logic written in .NET.
Render the UI as HTML and CSS for wide browser support, including mobile browsers.
Integrate with modern hosting platforms, such as Docker.
Ability to build hybrid desktop and mobile apps with .NET and Blazor.
What are the disadvantages of Blazor?
React.js – An open-source, client-side library developed by Facebook. It is simple, scalable, and often used to create mobile applications.
Angular.js – Developed by Google, this open-source front-end web framework claimed to be what HTML would have been, had it been designed for building web-apps and boasted an environment that is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and quick to develop in. Unfortunately, support ended in July 2021.
Vue.js – Authored by Evan You and company, this open-source framework It is lightweight and known for it’s simple integration.
The language is easy to understand and learn.
Interoperable and works perfectly with other languages.
Third party add-ons offer a wide range of extended functionality.
Versatile in front-end as well as back-end development.
Finally, developers who have the time and desire to learn new technology should feel confident giving Blazor a shot at this point. Our team at Emergent Software has numerous successful Blazor projects under our belts and will continue to leverage it on projects Blazor fits well with (and we’re always hiring – check out our careers page).
Do you have an upcoming web development project? Get in touch for a free consultation.
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