Blast Off With Blazor

Blast Off with Blazor: Add a shared dialog component

Blast Off with Blazor: Add a shared dialog component

In this post, we add a dialog to get a closer look at our images.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Build a search-as-you-type box

Blast Off with Blazor: Build a search-as-you-type box

In this post, we build a quick search box that filters our images.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Prerender a Blazor Web Assembly application

Blast Off with Blazor: Prerender a Blazor Web Assembly application

In this post, we speed up initial load time by prerendering our Blazor Web Assembly application.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Build a responsive image gallery

Blast Off with Blazor: Build a responsive image gallery

In this post, we build a responsive image gallery using Blazor and Tailwind CSS.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Integrate Cosmos DB with Blazor WebAssembly

Blast Off with Blazor: Integrate Cosmos DB with Blazor WebAssembly

So far in our series, we’ve walked through the intro, wrote our first component, dynamically updated the HTML head from a component, and isolated our service dependencies. It’s time to address the elephant in the room—why is the image loading so slow? There’s a few reasons

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Isolate and test your service dependencies

Blast Off with Blazor: Isolate and test your service dependencies

In this post, we refactor our component to inject an API service wrapper, to abstract away a direct HttpClient dependency.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blast Off With Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Use .NET 5 to update the HTML head from a Blazor component

Blast Off with Blazor: Use .NET 5 to update the HTML head from a Blazor component

In the latest post, we'll learn how to update the HTML head dynamically using .NET 5.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blazor
Blast Off with Blazor: Learn components and testing with a custom 404 page

Blast Off with Blazor: Learn components and testing with a custom 404 page

In the latest post, we'll write our first component and get acclimated with bUnit.

Dave Brock
Dave Brock
Blazor

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