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Blazor Revealed: Building Web Applications in .NET by Peter Himschoot

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© Peter Himschoot 2019
Peter HimschootBlazor Revealedhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4343-5_1

1. Your First Blazor Project

Peter Himschoot1 
(1)
Melle, Belgium
 

Getting a hands-on experience is the best way to learn. In this chapter, you’ll install the prerequisites to developing with Blazor, which includes Visual Studio along with some needed extensions. Then you’ll create your first Blazor project in Visual Studio, run the project to see it work, and inspect the different aspects of the project to get a “lay of the land” view for how Blazor applications are developed.

Installing Blazor Prerequisites

Working with Blazor requires you to install some prerequisites, so let’s get to it.

.NET Core

Blazor runs on top of .NET Core, providing the web server ...

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