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Custom Routing In Blazor

5/16/2019

Routing is essentially the "brain" of a web application. In a traditional ASP.NET MVC application, routing is the process of directing an HTTP request to a controller which is running on the server so that it can serve up content to a client browser. In contrast, in a single-page application (SPA), the router responds to navigation actions directly in the client browser without making a request to the server to fetch new content. In both cases, routers utilize route templates which are basically patterns that describe the locations to match in order to trigger a specific rendering.

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Dynamic Components In Blazor

5/16/2019

Blazor applications are based on components. A component is an element of UI that handles user events and defines flexible UI rendering logic. One the most significant benefits of components is that they promote a high level of code reusability. Under the covers, components are .NET classes written in the form of a Razor markup page with a .razor file extension. Razor is a syntax for combining HTML markup with C# code designed for developer productivity. Razor components are compiled into .NET assemblies that can be shared and distributed as Nuget packages. At run-time components render into an in-memory representation of the browser DOM called a "render tree" that is used to update the UI in a flexible and efficient way.

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Announcing Oqtane... a Modular Application Framework for Blazor!

5/9/2019

Oqtane was originally conceived as a proof of concept to determine if Blazor would be capable of supporting a modular application framework. Taking inspiration from DotNetNuke, it utilizes many concepts from this pionering open source .NET CMS. Specifically it supports multi-tenancy, a fully dynamic page compositing model, designer friendly skins, extensibility via third party modules, and a familiar data model. That being said this was not a migration project; Oqtane was built from the ground up using modern .NET Core patterns and technology.

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