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May09
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C#'s Blazor

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Ed Charbeneau

Developer Advocate, Progress

Bio:

Ed is a Microsoft MVP and an international speaker, writer, online influencer, a Developer Advocate for Progress, and expert on all things web development. Ed enjoys geeking out to cool new tech, brainstorming about future technology, and admiring great design.

Ed has shared his insights, experiences, and advice around collaboration, knowledge management, social computing, and training at many industry events around the United States. Highly ethical and engaging with an uncanny business acumen, he is a creative community builder and outside the box thinker. Long term business relationships throughout the world within internal communications, employee engagement and marketing as well as IT. Focusing on Financial, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Agency and Professional Services. He has defined, architected, and implemented line of business solutions with a touch of style and UX best practices.


Sessions:

Tue, 07 May | 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Razor: Into the Razor-Verse

The Razor template markup syntax is used throughout ASP.NET. In the next version of ASP.NET, Core Razor is evolving into multiple Razor adaptations such as Razor Tag Helpers, Razor Pages, Blazor, Razor Components and Razor Circuits. In this session, we'll learn the key differences between theses variations and see where they align in the ASP.NET road map. We’ll make sense of how each concept was introduced and what use cases they fulfill.
Thu, 09 May | 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Goodbye Client Side JavaScript, Hello C#'s Blazor

For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed. In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET runtime (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.

For .NET developers, writing client side C# has always been a pipe dream. With the introduction of Blazor this all changes. Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. Blazor uses the latest in web standards, WebAssembly. This means no plugins, transpilation, or JavaScript are needed.

In this session we’ll explore what Blazor means for web development and learn about how this experiment at Microsoft is shaping up. Blazor runs in the browser on a real .NET runtime (Mono) implemented in WebAssembly that executes normal .NET assemblies.
Audience

Technical

Session Type

Presentation

Product

Kendo UI, Telerik DevCraft

Topic

Modern UI

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