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Last updated : Apr 13, 2021
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Apr 2021
Trial ? Worth pursuing. It is important to understand how to build up this capability. Enterprises should try this technology on a project that can handle the risk.

Although JavaScript and its ecosystem is dominant in the web UI development space, new opportunities are opening up with the emergence of WebAssembly. Blazor continues to demand our attention; it's producing good results with our teams building interactive rich user interfaces using C# on top of WebAssembly. The fact that our teams can use C# on the frontend too allows them to share code and reuse existing libraries. That, along with the existing tooling for debugging and testing, such as bUnit, make this open-source framework worth trying.

Oct 2020
Assess ? Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.

Although JavaScript and its ecosystem is dominant in the web UI development space, new opportunities are opening up with the emergence of WebAssembly. We see Blazor as an interesting option for building interactive web UIs using C#. We especially like this open-source framework because it allows running C# code in the browser on top of WebAssembly, leveraging the .NET Standard runtime and ecosystem as well as custom libraries developed in this programming language. Additionally, it can interoperate bidirectionally with JavaScript code in the browser if needed.

Veröffentlicht : Oct 28, 2020
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