Let's you write code in C# instead of JavaScript


Blazor allows you to create interactive web apps using C#, without having to use JavaScript. Blazor apps are made up of reusable web UI components written in C#, HTML, and CSS.

Utilizes the existing .NET library ecosystem


The .NET Standard allows you to utilize the same code and libraries on the server, in the browser, and everywhere else you write .NET code.

Blazor Server


To keep applications up to date, Blazor Server connects with the backend C# code using SignalR.

Blazor WebAssembly


Blazor WebAssembly is a single-page app (SPA) framework that allows you to create interactive client-side web apps with C#.

Built on open web standards


Blazor is based on open web standards and does not require any plug-ins or code transpilation. Blazor is compatible with all modern web and mobile browsers.

JavaScript interop


Components interoperate with JavaScript for apps that require third-party JavaScript libraries and access to browser APIs.

Provides free tools for every OS


On Windows, Linux, and macOS, Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code provide an excellent Blazor development environment.

Open source and free


Blazor is part of the open-source  .NET framework, which has a vibrant developer community. There are no royalties or licensing expenses, even  if you want to use it for commercial purposes.

Build modern Blazor Apps

Syncfusion Blazor components offer 70+ UI and data visualization web controls like DataGrid, Charts, and Scheduler that are responsive and lightweight for building modern web apps.