What Is Blazor? Your Guide to Getting Started

For years now, if you wanted to write code to run in a browser, your choices were JavaScript or JavaScript. For a couple of brief periods on certain browsers, there were other languages you could use, but they weren’t significant: VBScript on IE and Dart on a special build of Chrome.
There are also languages that compile down to JavaScript (TypeScript, CoffeeScript, …), but they were still really JavaScript under the covers. The JavaScript monoculture’s days are numbered with the advent of WebAssembly (Wasm). For .NET developers, Wasm is arriving in the form of Blazor.

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