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All about Microsoft Blazor
By Michael Washington on 9/15/2019 4:58 PM

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The version of the book An Introduction to Building Applications with Blazor had a major change from Preview version 8 to Preview version 9 with the introduction of OwningComponentBase.

Using OwningComponentBase ensures that the service and related services that share its scope are disposed with the component. Otherwise a service will live for the life of user’s the connection to the application, which may be problematic if users stay connected for a long time.

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 9:15 PM

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To demonstrate how authentication works in a server-side Blazor application, we will strip authentication down to its most basic elements. We will simply set a cookie then read that cookie in the application…

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 4:06 PM

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When you need to, you can interact with JavaScript using Blazor. This allows you to call Javascript methods from Blazor, and to call Blazor methods from JavaScript as well as pass parameters…

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 3:04 PM

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A Blazor application is composed of components. These components can be made fully re-usable by creating templated components

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 2:30 PM

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State Management in Blazor refers to the technique that you use to persist data between Blazor pages. Without state management, data would be lost…

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 1:30 PM

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Microsoft Blazor allows you to easily create forms with validation to collect data…

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 10:29 AM

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The primary benefit we have when using server-side Blazor is that we do not have to make web http calls from the client code to the server code. This reduces the code we need to write and eliminates many security concerns…

By Michael Washington on 9/8/2019 4:30 AM

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Three things that you will usually find yourself using on every Blazor page, Binding, Events, and Parameters, will be covered here…

By Michael Washington on 9/7/2019 8:57 AM

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In this article we will create a default Blazor project and explore the components and features

By Michael Washington on 9/7/2019 5:23 AM

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Microsoft’s Blazor is a framework for building rich interactive applications

By Michael Washington on 9/6/2019 6:31 PM

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You can allow your application end users to fully update their version of your application by simply uploading a .zip file…

By Michael Washington on 8/23/2019 3:34 AM

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You can properly scale your Blazor application by connecting it to an Azure SignalR Service

By Michael Washington on 8/15/2019 5:04 PM

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Blazor uses .Net Core 3.0 and that is currently in preview mode. Therefore, extra steps are needed when deploying to Microsoft Azure

By Michael Washington on 5/18/2019 1:05 PM

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In this article we will create a SQL Database Administration Module for Oqtane, the web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor

By Michael Washington on 5/8/2019 10:57 AM

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In this article we will create a Database Driven module for Oqtane, the new web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor. There are two methods to create custom modules in Oqtane, inline, and as a separate Visual Studio project. This article will cover creating a module inline

By Michael Washington on 5/7/2019 7:27 AM

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In this article we will create a Hello World module for Oqtane, the new web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor. There are two methods to create custom modules in Oqtane, inline, and as a separate Visual Studio project. This article will cover creating a module inline

By Michael Washington on 4/29/2019 4:28 PM

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In this article we will compare the structure and the differences between the client side version of the Blazor Blazing Pizza example and the server side version…

By Michael Washington on 4/23/2019 8:13 PM

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You can create a Microsoft Flow that will allow you to send an Email to an Office 365 Email account and that account will search for Help Desk Tickets in the popular open source Help Desk application ADefHelpDesk.com, and return an email to you with a listing of matching Help Desk Tickets

By Michael Washington on 4/6/2019 12:10 PM

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You can create a Blazor server-side application that will allow any user with a GMail account to view their emails. This solution does not require that they set their GMail account to less secure access…

By Michael Washington on 3/24/2019 8:52 AM

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You can log users into your server side Blazor (Razor Components) application using Google authentication

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