Razor components are specific building blocks within the Blazor framework. They can perform many roles: representing a specific piece of the user interface, a view component, or a tag helper; or representing a layout or an entire page. In Razor Components Succinctly, you will explore how to create and work with both simple and advanced Razor components. Longtime Succinctly author Ed Freitas will show you how to write a basic component using one-way data binding and events, and then two-way data binding, event callbacks, life cycle methods, and component references. Finally, you'll see how to enable component reuse by creating a component template.
Setup and Fundamentals
April 16, 2021
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