Blazor Workshop

Blazor is arguably the hottest technology in the .NET world right now, and for good reason. It brings the missing piece of the puzzle to ASP.NET—A true client-side UI framework which allows developers to author applications with C# instead of JavaScript. Since its initial release in September 2019, it's grown massively in popularity as well as features. With .NET 6, developers will even be able to use their existing skills with Blazor to go beyond the web and create desktop applications!

  • Jan 24
    Queen Elizabeth II Centre
    2 days
    09:00 - 17:00 UTC
    Chris Sainty
    1 200 GBP

This 2-day workshop will quickly progress you from Blazor fundamentals through to creating rich interactive UI experiences using the more advanced framework features. The objective of this workshop is that attendees walk away with a solid understanding of the Blazor framework as well as practical experience of building a real application with it.

Topics Include

  • Structuring Blazor applications
  • Working with components
  • Using events and data binding
  • Client-side routing
  • Forms and validation
  • Building reusable components
  • Leveraging browser APIs and existing JavaScript libraries
  • Integrating with backend APIs
  • Securing Blazor applications
  • Testing Blazor components with bUnit

Attendee Requirements

This course assumes attendees are familiar with .NET, C# and web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Attendees will also need to bring a laptop with the following:

  • The latest .NET SDK
  • An IDE such as Visual Studio 2019, Visual Studio for Mac or JetBrains Rider. VS Code can also be used.
Chris Sainty
Microsoft MVP, Principal Software Engineer & Writer

Chris is a Microsoft MVP, author, and principal software engineer with over 15 years experience with ASP.NET. He works at Deployed, a female founded startup, leading the engineering team.

Passionate about sharing his knowledge with the community, he regularly writes both for his own blog as well as others—such as Visual Studio magazine, Progress Telerik, and StackOverflow. This passion for blogging led to his current focus, writing Blazor in Action with Manning publications. He also maintains several popular open source projects under the GitHub organisation, Blazored. When not tapping on a keyboard, Chris is a keen speaker, having delivered talks at both user groups and conferences all over the world (virtually).

You can find Chris online at his blog chrissainty.com and on Twitter as @chris_sainty.

    NDC Conferences uses cookies to see how you use our website. We also have embeds from YouTube and Vimeo. How do you feel about that?