Microsoft Blazor: Next Generation Web UI or Silverlight All Over Again?

In May, Microsoft made a bold announcement with the release of Blazor WebAssembly 3.2: “full stack web development with .NET is now here!” Blazor is an open source, cross-platform framework for building interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. Components could already be hosted server-side with Blazor Server and, with May’s release, can now also be hosted client-side with Blazor WebAssembly.

If you’re a .NET developer wondering if Blazor will live up to Microsoft’s promises, you won’t want to miss two members of the Polaris Solutions team sharing their take in this upcoming virtual meetup. 

STLFullStack Meetup
Microsoft Blazor: Next Generation Web UI or Silverlight All Over Again?

Wednesday, August 12 at 7:00 PM CDT

Polaris Principal Clint Edmonson has been working with companies to maximize their use of technology for over 28 years, working on everything from custom shrink-wrapped software at small startups to enterprise architecture and methodology adoption at Fortune 500 companies. Senior Consultant Jesse Spinks brings his passion for web development technologies such as .NET Core, Angular, React, and the many Azure service offerings to bear in his role at Polaris.

At Polaris, we believe in lifelong learning and helping our clients achieve critical priorities by always staying up to date with industry standards and innovative solutions. To that end, Clint Jesse will lead this STLFullStack Meetup and exploration of Microsoft’s latest foray into web UI frameworks. Join them for an in-depth look at how Blazor works and its unique features and code, followed by a wrap-up discussion of its pros and cons.

Meet Clint and Jesse and dig deeper into Blazor’s innovations by joining STLFullStack and attending this free event