As part of the.NET 8 software development platform, ASP.NET Core, Microsoft’s cross-platform framework for web and mobile apps, will provide a combined, full-stack web programming model to better meet the varied needs of web apps.
Microsoft announced this initiative on its blog as Blazor United. With.NET 8, programmers will be able to use a single Blazor-based architecture for both client- and server-side interaction using WebAssembly or Blazor Server. Developers will have the option to mix and match various rendering modes on the same page.
The platform says that with the addition of Blazor United, developers will get access to new rendering features like streaming rendering and incremental form post and navigation enhancement.
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