Blazor: Running C# in the Browser Using Web Assembly

Blazor: Running C# on Browser Using Web Assembly
Being a web developer and coming from the .NET stack we often use C# for backend programming and writing services, and then we use an excellent client-side framework like Angular or React for developing the UI part. Being a C# guy, I always find this difficult to go between C# and JavaScript. Considering these facts, Microsoft announced a new web UI framework called Blazor based on C#, Razor, and HTML, which runs in the browser using Web Assembly.
Web Assembly: A Game Changer
When we look at client-side development, JavaScript always has the upper hand. No doubt there are new client-side frameworks like Agular and React, but, at the end of the day, they turn your code into JavaScript. But, with Web Assembly, this is no longer the case.

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