Blazor Server in .NET 6 - Part Four - Blazor Components

Blazor Server in .NET 6 – Part Four

Ryan Flachman .NET, Blazor, Blazor Server in .NET 6 Series, C#, Development Technologies, Tutorial Leave a Comment

In Part 4 of the Keyhole Blazor Server in .NET 6 series, we covered adding events in our Blazor components. In sum, I demonstrated how to add a service that contains the events that components can listen to with methods to notify when to invoke our events.

After that, we added that service to the BaseComponent. The section is complete with adding the new character to our list of current characters in storage in order to notify all listening components of this event.

I hope you’re enjoying working with Blazor as much as I do so far. See you in part 5, the final part of the blog series, for how to use dropdowns and data binding using both lists and enums!

Blazor Server in .NET 6 - Part 3 - Radzen Blazor

Blazor Server in .NET 6 – Part Three

Ryan Flachman .NET, Blazor, Blazor Server in .NET 6 Series, C#, Development Technologies, Tutorial Leave a Comment

In part 3 of the Keyhole Blazor Server in .NET 6 series, we installed a free component library called Radzen.Blazer, updated the CharacterInfo component to easily display a Create Character modal, and added the RadzenDialog as a way to standardize our dialog with an easy-to-use component. In the next blog, we will be adding events in our blazor components. See you in part 4!

Component-Based Java Frameworks

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Attention: The following article was published over 10 years ago, and the information provided may be aged or outdated. Please keep that in mind as you read the post.I have recently had the opportunity to work on an application utilizing ICEFaces ICE components and have been learning more about the product. This was the first time I have had the …