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Dec 23, 2019
1h 21m

Blazor is an excellent framework to write single-page applications while using just C# as the programming language. In this course, Creating Blazor Components, you will learn how to write both simple and more advanced Blazor components. First, you will learn how to write a basic component using one-way data binding and events. Next, you will discover the more wondrous capabilities of Blazor, like creating your own events, using chained binds, and you will dive into cascading values and lifecycle methods. Finally, you will explore how to create templated components enabling component re-use to the max. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to create awesome components in Blazor for any application type.

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About the author

Roland is a Microsoft MVP enjoying a constant curiosity around new techniques in software development. His focus is on all things .Net and browser technologies.

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Course Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Ronald Out and welcome to my course, creating blazer components. I'm a Microsoft M v P. An independent consultant and trainer based in the Netherlands. Blazer is an excellent framework to write single page applications while using just e sharp as the programming language. The focus of this course is on writing blazer components from beginner to advanced level. Some of the major topics that will cover includes component basics. How to create your first component, how components can interact, using a multitude of features and reusing components to the max with component templates. By the end of this course, you will understand the internals off blazer components. Plus, you will be able to write any functionality for your blazer as you want before beginning the course, you should have getting started. Level knowledge about Blazer Get ready to experience the power of blazer with my course, creating blazer components at literal site