The Q&A segment of the webinar is provided at the end of this blog post.


In this webinar, we learned to perform create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations using the Syncfusion Blazor DataGrid component and MongoDB as the database provider.


  • Install MongoDB 6.0 in Windows and configure a MongoDB database.
  • Create a simple Blazor application with Syncfusion Blazor DataGrid, configure CRUD operations, and connect it with the MongoDB database.
  • Perform CRUD operations in the Blazor DataGrid and MongoDB database.

Install MongoDB 6.0 on Windows

Configure MongoDB 6.0 on Windows

  • Configure MongoDB on a PC.
  • Connect and create a database using MongoDB Compass.
  • Add an initial data collection.

Create a simple Blazor app


  • Install the .NET Core 2.1 SDK or above.
  • Install the latest version of Visual Studio 2017 or above.


  • Create a simple Blazor application.
  • Add the Syncfusion Blazor DataGrid.
  • Configure CRUD operations.
  • Connect the DataGrid with the MongoDB database.


Can we connect to MongoDB using a service? Something like:

#region Get List of SavedUsers
public async Task<List<AspNetUsers>> GetAllSavedUsersAsync()
return await _metricLogiranjeContext.AspNetUsers.AsQueryable().Where(x => x.Email != null).OrderBy(x => x.Email).ToListAsync(); ;

Yes. You can do this in the newer versions of MongoDB. You need to include MongoDB.Driver.Linq namespace at the top like this:

using MongoDB.Driver.Linq;

Yes, you can get the sample application from this GitHub location.

I perform CRUD with a SQL statement insert and then use SfGrid.Refresh() to refresh the grid but it is not working. Do you have a sample code?

Yes, we have sample code in the following GitHub location, and we also cover this topic in our documentation: