Blazor Tips and Tricks

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In this episode, Robert is joined by Ed Charbeneau. Ed was on Toolbox last fall introducing us to Blazor, a framework for building interactive client-side web UI using C# instead of JavaScript. Ed returns to share and answer some of the most frequently asked questions he receives when showing folks Blazor.  

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    momiqueue
    Can't get enough of listening about Blazor
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    James

    Why do all these Blazor presentations come up with the same shitty UI ???
    same shitty colors, same shitty layout, ....
    Why? Please explain?

    Is there not ONE single person at microsoft who cares about this?
    Mabye high IQ guys at Microsoft, but you all suck when common sense is needed and a little bit of talent.

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    rogreen
    Of course we care about good UI, but this talk was not about UI techniques. It was all about code, so the focus was there. When doing a talk on fundamental code issues or about how to use services such as Azure, there is a benefit to using a very simple app that doesn't get in the way of the main point you are demonstrating. Of course, if you are showing UI techniques you better have a good looking UI, but otherwise, I think it is not required.

    My $0.02
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    James

    Sorry for targeting you with my rant, but this makes me really angry:
    whenever I see a presentation about Blazor I see the same ugly UI.
    I cant watch it anymore. I would love to learn more about Blazor but I fear to get eye cancer.

    I bet you can't fill at a five minute show with amazing Blazor UIs!

    Once again sorry for my rant - you are doing an excellent job.

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    Paul

    Well actually all the samples we've been watching use the very same layout from the template but I guess there hasnt been much time to look at bells and whistles this is the Copernican Revolution guys, this is gonna make our poor web devs lives so much better while JS will burn in hell :)))

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    rogreen
    @Paul:It may burn, but it will still live. Code never dies. :)

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