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Building Applications with Blazor in .NET Core 3.1/.NET 5.0

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Instructor:
Johan Smarius
577 students enrolled
English [Auto]
At the end of this course, students will be able to build single page applications using Blazor
At the end of this course, students will be able to deploy a Blazor app to Azure
At the end of this course, students will be able to use authentication in a Blazor app

In this course, you will learn how you can use Blazor to build single-page applications. We will cover the basic building blocks of an application: the components and forms including validation. You will also learn how you can interact with a WebAPI from Blazor and how to secure your Blazor application. Finally, you will learn how you can deploy your Blazor application to Azure.

Introduction

1
Welcome
2
How to get the most out of this course?
3
What are we going to build together?
4
Describe your own Blazor App
5
Summary

Overview of Blazor

1
Introduction
2
What is Blazor?
3
Hosting models
4
Development environment
5
Creating a Blazor App with Visual Studio 2019
6
Reviewing the generated code
7
Creating a Blazor App using the .net core cli
8
Summary

Components

1
Introduction
2
What is a component
3
Assignment: Getting the code from GitHub
4
Create animal component
5
Assignment: Create product component
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Create animals overview component
7
Assignment: Create products overview component
8
Adopt an animal by raising and handling an event and some JavaScript interop
9
Assignment: Delete a product after confirmation
10
Summary

Forms & Validation

1
Introduction
2
Moving the animal data to a service
3
Assignment: Move the product data to a service
4
Create the animal form
5
Assignment: Create the product form
6
Add validation to the animal form
7
Assignment: Add validation to the product form
8
Summary

Working with backend services

1
Introduction
2
Create the database and add animal tables
3
Assignment: Add product to the database
4
Create the animal and product webapi
5
Using the animal webapi in the animal component
6
Assignment: Use the Product WebAPI in the product components
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Summary

Security

1
Introduction
2
Reviewing the generated security code
3
Add authentication to the animal components
4
Assignment: Add authentication to the product components
5
Add authentication to the webapi endpoints
6
Summary

Deployment

1
Introduction
2
Deploy database to Azure
3
Deploy Blazor App to Azure
4
Summary

Future steps

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Our first Blazor App is ready!
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