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    Blazor is an open-source .NET web framework which lets you build interactive web applications using C#, Razor, and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. Blazor gives all the benefits of rich web applications with dynamic user interfaces (UIs) while using only the latest web standards which require no additional plugins or add-ons to run.

    Blazor Edition provides a set of native UI controls built for Blazor such as Calendar, DataFilter, FlexGrid, FlexChart, FlexPie, ListView, DateTimeEditors, Menu, TreeView, and input controls including AutoComplete, ComboBox, NumericBox, MaskedTextBox, Window, and Tooltip. The following section lists some key features of the controls in Blazor Edition.


    Key Features





    Documentation Blogs
    Get Started with Blazor An Introduction to Blazor for JavaScript and ASP.NET Developers
    Calendar for Blazor Introducing Blazor WebAssembly
    DataFilter for Blazor Useful Visual Studio Extensions for Working with Blazor
    DateTimeEditors for Blazor Data Virtualization in Blazor WebAssembly
    FlexChart for Blazor Data Binding Blazor FlexGrid to SQL Server with Real-Time Updates
    FlexGrid for Blazor Blazor FlexGrid - Using Entity Framework Core and an SQL Server
    FlexPie for Blazor Building Blazor Desktop Apps with Electron.NET
    Gauges for Blazor 10 Blazor Features You Probably Didn't Know
    Input Controls for Blazor
    Layout Controls for Blazor
    ListView for Blazor
    Menu for Blazor

    TreeView for Blazor

    Release History


    Demo Samples
    Blazor Explorer