New Blazor Features in .NET 8: A Mini Course
New Blazor Features in .NET 8: A Mini Course, Learn and understand the new features of Blazor in .NET 8.
This course covers the new features of Blazor in .NET 8. Blazor is a web framework for building web UI components called Razor components, and these Razor components can be hosted in different ways, such as Blazor Server and Blazor WebAssembly. In .NET 8, Blazor adds more features that we will learn about in this course.
Who Should Take This Course?
This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn about the new Blazor features in .NET 8.
To take this course, you should have a basic understanding of C# and ASP.NET Core.
This course is a mini course, which means that it is shorter than a typical Udemy course.
What You Will Learn
By the end of this course, you will know about the following concepts:
- The new unified full-stack web UI programming model in Blazor in .NET 8.
- The Blazor Web App template
- Static Server Rendering (SSR)
- Enhanced Navigation and Form Handling
- Streaming Rendering
- Render Modes
Additionally, you will also learn how to:
- Use Blazor Sections
- Render Razor Components Outside of ASP.NET Core
Disclaimer: This course is based on a pre-release version of .NET 8. Some of the syntax and features may change when the final version is released. I will update the course as needed to reflect any changes.