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Blazor Components coming soon

Blazor UI Components



A week ago, we released our jQWidgets Blazor UI components: https://blazor.jqwidgets.com/. Now, we plan to do the same for our Smart product line.

What is Blazor?


Blazor is a new UI framework that was included in .NET Core 3. Blazor server-side and WebAssembly are both now shipping as part of .NET Core 3.2.0. Conceptually, Blazor is more like Angular or React rather than ASP.NET MVC. It’s a component-based framework for building rich and interactive web applications. The main difference between Blazor and traditional JavaScript frameworks is that Blazor components are written entirely in C# and Razor. No JavaScript required! Web apps are composed of reusable web UI components implemented using C#, HTML, and CSS. Both client and server code is written in C#, allowing you to share code and libraries.

Blazor has two models: Server and WebAssembly. The server model was shipped with .NET Core 3. At that time, WebAssembly was still in preview, but has now been fully released with Blazor 3.2. Both are now production ready. Code running in the browser executes in the same security sandbox as JavaScript frameworks. Blazor code executing on the server has the flexibility to do anything you would normally do on the server, such as connecting directly to a database.

What is WebAssembly

WebAssembly (abbreviated “Wasm”) is an instruction set designed to run on any host capable of interpreting those instructions, or compiling them to native machine code and executing them.
Wasm is an instruction set that is formatted in a specific binary format. Any host (hardware or software) that adheres to this specification is therefore capable of reading binaries and executing them – either interpreted, or by compiling directly to machine language specific to the device.
Wasm is akin to the common instruction set (Common Intermediate Language) that .NET source code compiles to. Just like .NET, Wasm can be generated from higher languages such as C#.

Our new components will support both: Blazor WebAssembly hosting model and Blazor Server hosting model.

Below is an image of a Smart.Button Blazor component.

Blazor Button Component

When is the first release of Smart UI for Blazor?

Our plans are to release an early preview of Smart UI for Blazor by end of October and provide demos and documentation for most of the components, we currently have like DataGrid, Charting, Kanban, Table, CardView, etc. The installation would be through a NuGet package. Github repo for posting issues and feature request will also be available.
For those of you who want to create Blazor applications with our components NOW, please refer to our help tutorial here: https://www.htmlelements.com/docs/blazor/



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