1/22/2022 - Oqtane Module Creator

Oqtane is an application that is built using Microsoft’s Blazor technology. It allows you to deploy and run modules written in Blazor . When Oqtane is deployed and running, it provides a dynamic web experience that can be run as client side Blazor or as server side Blazor . What makes Oqtane different from other Blazor applications, is that it produces the entire website , not just a single application . Oqtane was created by Shaun Walker and is inspired by the

1/10/2022 - What is Blazor Oqtane?

What is Oqtane and why would you want to use it? Oqtane is an application that is built using Microsoft’s Blazor technology. It allows you to deploy and run modules written in Blazor . When Oqtane is deployed and running, it provides a dynamic web experience that can be run as client side Blazor or as server side Blazor . What makes Oqtane different from other Blazor implementations, is that it is a platform for hosting multiple Blazor applications, not just de

12/24/2021 - Creating A Blazor WebAssembly Azure B2C Application

You can authenticate the users in your Blazor Client ( WebAssembly ) .NET Core 6 application (and even manage your users) using Azure Active Directory B2C . In this example we will create a hosted Blazor WebAssembly application, that will consist of two applications; a Blazor WebAssembly application, and a Blazor Server application that the Blazor WebAssembly application communicates with to access back-end services such as databases. Also see: Creating A Blazor Server

12/18/2021 - Hosting A Blazor Visual Studio Project Directly In IIS

I had a need to view the Blazor application I was developing in IIS . Furthermore, I wanted this application to work even when Visual Studio was not running. This can be accomplished by following the directions at this link: Publish an ASP.NET Core app to IIS however, this requires me to publish the app each time. I wanted to just build the project in Visual Studio and have it work. You can also follow the directions here: Development-time IIS support in Visual Studio for ASP.N

11/15/2021 - Creating A Step-By-Step End-To-End Database Server-Side Blazor Application (updated to .Net 6)

The primary benefit we have when using server-side Blazor is that we do not have to make web http calls from the client code to the server code. This reduces the code we need to write and eliminates many security concerns. In this article, we will demonstrate how a list of Weather forecasts can be added to the database by each user. A user will only have the ability to see their own forecasts.   Use SQL Server The new project template in Visual Studio will allow you




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