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Blazor application renders UI as a HTML content in client-side (browser). So, based on the width of the viewport in a device you can determine if it is a Desktop or a Mobile device and thus design responsive web pages accordingly.

The meta tag named “viewport” is used to design the webpage responsiveness and this is included in all Blazor applications, _Host.cshtml file in Blazor server-side application and index.html file in Blazor Web Assembly application. CSS styling makes designs responsive in Blazor apps.

For more details, refer to this link.

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  • Server-side Blazor is executed on the server within an ASP.NET Core application.
  • All UI updates, event handling, and JavaScript calls are handled from server by using a SignalR connection, even a button click will go to server.

For more information regarding Blazor client-side and server-side apps, check this link.

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  • Client-side Blazor makes use of WebAssembly, which is used to run high-level languages on browsers.
  • Necessary .NET WebAssembly-related code and its dependencies are downloaded to the browser, and the app is executed directly on the browser UI thread.
  • All UI updates and event handling occur within the same process.

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