What is Blazor?
The .NET platform is now twenty years old and was initially conceived of as a developer platform that offered tools, programming languages and libraries to support the construction of different types of web, mobile and desktop applications. ASP.NET acts as an extension, offering features that facilitate the creation of web applications. ASP.NET has consistently been improved alongside C# and .NET to be a versatile cross-platform framework.
The Benefits of Blazor
Is Blazor the Future of Web App Development?
While Blazor is a clear success when it comes to the learning curve and deployment speed, it is a big claim to say that it is the future of creating web applications. However, it is and may well remain the go-to tool for creating something quickly with confidence in the solution. What’s more, as part of the .NET ecosystem, Blazor has full support from an industry leader, which means it won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.
The future may well see Blazor becoming part of a single unified UI framework for building any type of application with .NET. It is an exciting prospect and one that will open up many possibilities for developers.