Build web applications with Blazor

Beginner
Intermediate
Developer
Blazor
ASP.NET Core
.NET

Learn how to build your first web application with the Blazor web user-interface framework.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

Discover the key features of the Blazor framework, pages, and components to make your next application.

Learn how to set up your development environment and build your first web app with Blazor, Visual Studio Code, and C#.

Design user interface elements for a web app by using Blazor components. You'll also obtain data and display it to the user on dynamic webpages.

Learn how to manage request routing by using the @page directive, Blazor routing, NavLink, and NavMenu components. Increase an app's flexibility by adding routing parameters in your Blazor components. Use layouts to improve your app by reducing duplicate code.

Learn how to use forms in Blazor, add event handlers, and validate the data a user submits. By using Blazor form components you can validate client-side forms without writing client-side JavaScript to handle the validations.

Learn to use advanced features of Blazor in web apps. You'll learn how to interoperate with JavaScript code, use templated components, and handle events in the lifecycle of components.

By using Blazor components, you can reuse sections of HTML in your applications. Learn how to build a component, package it, and share it with other Blazor applications.