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Web Assembly and Blazor: Re-assembling the Web



Web Assembly is changing the way we think about Web development with new ideas and approaches that may not involve JavaScript. Microsoft has put its foot forward with a new Web Assembly based framework called Blazor that combines Razor templates with C# code to provide a rich .NET based front end experience. There's much to think about and understand in this still experimental framework, but the concepts it presents provide a welcome change to the JavaScript status quo. In this post I examine how Web Assembly and Blazor interact, how .NET code is used and give some thoughts on how this technology fits into the Web stack.
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