Michael Washington introduces us to Blazor and how it relates to WebAssembly. Why would someone choose Blazor? How do you bring data into Blazor? What is client side vs server side in Blazor? Can you use an API with Blazor? And Michael's advice for how to get started with Blazor.

Direct link to the episode.

const podcast = { 
  episode: 140,
  title: 'WebAssembly and Blazor',
  topics: [ 
    'Blazor', 'WebAssemly', 'Static'
  guest: 'Michael Washington'
  hosts: [
    'Craig Shoemaker', 'John Papa', 'Dan Wahlin'

Recording date: June 3, 2021

John Papa @John_Papa

Ward Bell @WardBell

Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin

Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker

Michael Washington @ADefWebserver

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  • 01:56 Guest introduction
  • 02:42 What is Blazor?
  • 04:15 What is WebAssembly?
  • 06:58 Sponsor: Ag Grid
  • 08:03 Why would someone pick Blazor?
  • 12:18 How do I get data into my projects?
  • 15:00 What are some of the terms used in Blazor?
  • 16:43 What is client side vs server side Blazor?
  • 22:56 What is SignalR?
  • 25:49 Can you use an API with Blazor?
  • 29:08 What about SEO?
  • 31:34 Sponsor: IdeaBlade
  • 32:39 How do you get started with Blazor?
  • 34:31 What are you doing with Blazor these days?
  • 41:25 Final thoughts

Podcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.