Web development should be fun.
Write code, hit F5, view it in the browser and bask in the glory of a job well done.
But you're not basking… Why aren't you basking!
The problem is, web development has this nasty habit of getting complicated…
You aren't sure how to break your app down into smaller components so you end up with one page which does 'everything'.
You don't fancy building everything yourself so you decide to use a third party library and end up losing days to learning, testing and choosing the 'right' one.
You decide to make your code as generic and re-usable as possible but now you're drowning in a sea of conditional logic.
Blazor brings something new to .NET web development, a powerful component model.
This component model frees you up to break complex requirements down into smaller tasks, to build entire applications, one component at a time.
But there's a catch…
Now you have to decide if, and when to break your UI down into smaller components.
You have to figure out how to pass state between components.
It's on you to decide whether to lean on third party components or build your own.
But what if you knew you could make immediate, fast progress whenever a feature request reached your inbox?
What if, instead of losing hours to 'research', you could find a way in to every new feature and deliver it with minimal fuss?
What if you could turn features around quickly and get them into the hands of real, grateful, users who would actually benefit from your efforts?
You absolutely can speed up your development process without comprising on quality, you just need a practical approach that meets reality where it is!
It's all well and good people like me telling you to "keep it simple" or "start with the basics" but what does that actually mean?
Who's going to tell you how to take the 'simplest' approach when you're working on your own projects?
That's the kind thing you learn with practice but what if (like most of us) you don't have endless weeks to spend figuring this stuff out?
Practical Blazor Components will get you up to speed quickly.
Learn, practice, and internalise a repeatable, simple process for building just about any feature using Blazor's powerful component model.
Discover how to take small steps, maximise the power of fast feedback loops and use the power of the 'last responsbile moment' to really supercharge with your projects.
Ready to speed up your development process and build better Blazor web applications, faster?
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