Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0: Build interactive web UIs using C#
Welcome Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0! This open source framework allows users to create interactive client-side web UI with .NET. It is now officially released and ready for use in production. Will 2020 be the year of Blazor? See what features it has under the hood.
At the end of April, 2020 Microsoft made the release candidate for Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 available. Now, nearly one month later, the final build is officially here. Microsoft’s Daniel Roth posted a blog about the newest changes, welcoming Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0.
Now that it is ready for use in production and fully-featured, see what it aims to accomplish, and what this open source framework has under the hood for building web apps.
What is Blazor?
This open source framework allows users to create interactive client-side web UI with .NET. From the documentation, its goals are to:
- 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.
Users are able to re-use all code and libraries from the server-side parts of their applications. Since it uses .NET for client-side web development, it builds upon an already robust set of libraries, frameworks, and tools that you may already be familiar with. Use existing .NET libraries and make the most of the .NET ecosystem, its stability, and maturity.