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Key Benefits of Using Blazor Framework for Full-Stack Web Apps

JavaScript was considered as the boon for the world of web apps. With this language, developers can create user-friendly, beautiful interfaces on browsers.

But .NET developers do not have this advantage. With the entry of Blazor by Microsoft, this is about to change.

So let’s know more about Blazor, the best .NET web framework that is considered to be a great development in the app world.

The web applications built on the Blazor framework are native-like and fast. Their code is shareable, customizable, and secure.

Let’s have a glance at some of the advantages of Blazor-based development.

• Apps powered by Blazor can run offline

Once you download Blazor-run apps from the internet you can use them without any web support and any impact on performance and speed. These apps do not consume too much network bandwidth.

• You can run .NET Code in browsers

JavaScript enjoyed a huge monopoly until Blazor came out. For full-stack web apps, JavaScript played a crucial role. There was no option for back-end .NET developers except JavaScript if they wanted to excel in full-stack development.

With the coming up of Blazor WebAssembly, you can use the same validation code for all in-browser logic. The domination of NodeJS comes to an end.

• Blazor is quick compared to JavaScript

With the client-side Blazor framework you can build Performance-intensive applications like video gaming and augmented reality. With Blazor pre-compiled into WebAssembly, your server-side code is deployed and run faster than JavaScript.

Code execution becomes even faster once the full-stack cycle advances, the deployment completes. The speed difference is noticeable in sophisticated programs.

• Codesharing is potential on the server and client sides

Generally, the same validation code that is run on the client-side needs to be implemented on the server-side. This is done just to double-check the user input for the pre-fed username logic. And it also saves a round trip of a user to the server.

With Blazor you create a class library with the validation algorithm and add the library as a reference point to your server-side app and user-facing Balzor app. Hence without writing the class twice, the same bit of code is deployed. This saves a lot of time and effort.

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