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Hosting Blazor on Netlify using Github Actions (Part 1 of Series)

This series introduces hosting Blazor WebAssembly on Netlify using Github Actions. In part 1 we will create a Blazor WebAssembly Project using Visual Studio 2019

What is Blazor?

Blazor is a feature of ASP.NET Core which lets you build interactive web UIs using C#. Blazor can run on client-side directly in the browser using WebAssembly or it can be hosted on server side in a ASP.NET core app.


As of this writing Blazor WebAssembly is still in preview and it requires .Net Core 3.1 SDK. Check your dotnet version by running dotnet --version in a command shell. This command should return 3.1.100. Otherwise, you have to install .NET Core 3.1. Visual Studio 2019 16.4 or Visual Studio for mac 8.4 preview 4 also includes .NET Core 3.1. Run the following command shell to install Blazor project templates.

   dotnet new -i Microsoft.AspNetCore.Blazor.Templates::3.1.0-preview4.19579.2
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Create Blazor WebAssembly App in Visual Studio 2019

  1. In Visual Studio 2019, create a new project by navigating to File > New > Project Create New Project
  2. Select Blazor App from the Create a new Project window and click Next Cerate Blazor App
  3. In Create a new Blazor app window Select Blazor WebAssembly App and uncheck Asp.NET Core hosted. Click on Create. Create a new Blazor app
  4. In Configure your new project window enter Project name and click on Create. Set Blazor Project name
  5. Visual Studio displays the newly created Blazor WebAssembly app in Solution Explorer. You can run the app by pressing F5 or clicking IIS Express. Run Blazor App Blazor App in Browser

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