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The Differences Between Blazor WebAssembly And Blazor Server

by Satyam Chaturvedi10mJanuary 9th, 2021
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Blazor is an open-source and freely available framework, which allows developers to develop highly interactive web applications by using C# programming language. Blazor WebAssembly is the second hosting model offered by Blazor, which is used to host different Blazor components. A Blazor application can easily run on an ASP.NET core backend and could be accessed easily by a browser. It offers an ability to the applications so that they could be deployed as a true standalone static site, without any.NET server component.

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