Blazor Vs. Angular

Blazor Vs. Angular Both technology have some great features to attract developers to build their applications on it. But both technologies have some limitations also that make a big difference to decide which technology is used for development. We look at with the help of the difference table Feature  Angular Blazor  Type Framework Framework Release... » read more

Javascript IndexedDB

IndexedDB is a way for you to persistently store data inside a user’s browser. Because it lets you create web applications with rich query abilities regardless of network availability, these applications can work both online and offline. IndexedDB is useful for applications that store a large amount of data (for example, a catalog of DVDs in... » read more

Progressive Web Applications with Blazor WebAssembly

A Progressive Web Application (PWA) is usually a Single Page Application (SPA) that uses modern browser APIs and capabilities to behave like a desktop app. Blazor WebAssembly is a standards-based client-side web app platform, so it can use any browser API, including PWA APIs required for the following capabilities: Working offline and loading instantly, independent... » read more

Blazor Server vs. Blazor WebAssembly

Blazor Server was release with .net core 3.0 in September 2019 and Blazor WebAssembly (WASM) was released in May 2020. Today, I will talk about the differences, when to use what version, and everything else you need to know about Blazor Server vs. Blazor WebAssembly. Blazor currently has two hosting models, server-side Blazor and Web... » read more

Uninstall Visual Studio

You can also find the Visual Studio Installer in the following location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\Installer\vs_installer.exe Sources: