WebAssembly Blazor Android support

Posted by: marks.francs_0y on 6 October 2022, 9:55 pm EST

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    Posted 6 October 2022, 9:55 pm EST

    How does Blazor WebAssembly works on Android phone for example.

    For other browsers it need to run on .dotnet runtime of the client machines which makes sense if the client machine have .net core version running on their machine.

    The technology in preview but when we talk about Android how will this code work on them. will it require .net core to be installed on andriod? ARM edition of .net core ???

    actually on MS documentation .net core does not list Android as support OS in the first place.

    It seems it uses MONO as webassembly which can run .net core. So does it eventually support andriod?

    source: Microsoft: Q: How can you run .NET in a web browser? Running .NET in the browser is made possible by a relatively new standardized web technology called WebAssembly. WebAssembly is a “portable, size- and load-time-efficient format suitable for compilation to the web.” Code compiled to WebAssembly can run in any browser at native speeds. To run .NET binaries in a web browser we use a .NET runtime (specifically Mono) that has been compiled to WebAssembly.

  • Posted 10 October 2022, 8:22 pm EST


    Here is the Blazor WebAssembly support:


    It supports Chrome on Android Devices.

    For rendering the on Android, the Webassembly should be recognized by the browser to render. If it does, the rendering should work.


    Manish Gupta

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