Blast Off With Blazor
In this post, I briefly discuss the process of upgrading a Blazor WebAssembly App from .NET 5 to .NET 6.
In this post, we add a dialog to get a closer look at our images.
In this post, we build a quick search box that filters our images.
In this post, we speed up initial load time by prerendering our Blazor Web Assembly application.
In this post, we build a responsive image gallery using Blazor and Tailwind CSS.
So far in our series, we’ve walked through the intro [https://daveabrock.com/2020/10/26/blast-off-blazor-intro], wrote our first component [https://daveabrock.com/2020/10/28/blast-off-blazor-404-page], dynamically updated the HTML head from a component [https://daveabrock.com/2020/11/08/blast-off-blazor-update-head], and isolated our service dependencies [https:
In this post, we refactor our component to inject an API service wrapper, to abstract away a direct HttpClient dependency.
In the latest post, we'll learn how to update the HTML head dynamically using .NET 5.