Blazor Course: Building Web Applications

Course 2326

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate

In this Blazor course, you will learn how to use Blazor and C# to create interactive single-page and multi-page applications without JavaScript. You will also learn how to:

  • Take advantage of the complete .NET framework to create code that will fully integrate both client-side and server-side logic
  • Integrate HTML5 APIs like geolocation and local storage into your interactive web pages
  • Integrate JavaScript and Blazor to extend existing JavaScript pages with Blazor

Blazor Course Delivery Methods

  • In-Person

  • Online

Building Web Applications with Blazor Training Course Benefits

Create interactive client-side pages without using JavaScript

Integrate Blazor with ASP.NET MVC Views and Razor Pages

Leverage databinding, form validation, and other best practices to improve productivity

Incorporate server-side resources using Web Services, SignalR, and direct calls

Write reusable components to lower maintenance costs

Test your knowledge in the included end-of-course exam

Continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching

Building Web Applications with Blazor Training Outline

In this module, you will learn about:

  • The Blazor Model
  • Costs, benefits, and differences of Client-Side Blazor (CSB) and Server-Side Blazor (SSB)

In this module, you will learn how to:

  • Create a Blazor Visual Studio project
  • Work with Blazor in Visual Studio Code
  • Integrate with ASP.NET MVC Views and Razor Pages
  • Create your first Blazor component
  • Leverage .NET Standard libraries and NuGet packages

In this module, you will learn how to:

  • Use web services in Client-Side Blazor
  • Retrieve data and deal with errors in CSB
  • Access .NET Resources in Server-Side Blazor
  • Integrate JavaScript and browser APIs in Blazor

In this module, you will learn how to:

  • Build forms and validate data in Blazor
  • Navigate between pages
  • Implement reusability with layouts and parameterizing components
  • Architect Blazor pages for maintainability

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Blazor Course FAQs

To succeed in this course, you should have prior experience with:

  • Writing C# code in .NET 5, .NET Core, or .NET Framework
  • Creating web applications (recommended)


It is a UI framework that was built to simplify the task of building fast single-page apps that will run on any browser. Blazor is now an alternative to using JavaScript for the same purposes.

Yes! You’ll be able to write your client-side code using the same tools you use in your server-side code: C# and .NET. You’ll also get a framework (like Vue, React, and Angular) for structuring and managing your client-side development.

Yes! This course is designed for developers who are currently creating applications using ASP.NET Core and, as part of those applications, either want to or are writing client-side code to run in the browser. If you are already writing code, then you are probably writing it in JavaScript and maybe using a client-side framework like Vue, React, or Angular.

Yes. While it is helpful to have some experience in creating web applications, it is not required to attend this class.
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