Blazor Practice Exercises: Essential Techniques for Mastering the Framework

Sure, here’s a short Blazor practice you can try:

  1. Create a Blazor Component: Start by creating a new Blazor component using the “Razor Component” template. Give your component a name and open the code file.
  2. Add a Button: In the component’s HTML markup, add a button element with a click event handler. For example:
phpCopy code<button @onclick="IncrementCounter">Click me</button>
  1. Write Some Code: In the component’s C# code, add a counter variable and a method to increment it. For example:
csharpCopy codeint counter = 0;

void IncrementCounter()
  1. Display the Counter Value: In the component’s HTML markup, display the value of the counter variable. For example:
lessCopy code<p>Counter value: @counter</p>
  1. Run the Application: Press F5 to run your Blazor application. You should see your component displayed in the browser. Click the button to increment the counter and see the value displayed on the page.

Congratulations! You’ve now built a simple Blazor component with a button that increments a counter. From here, you can continue to explore the Blazor framework and its many features, such as data binding, dependency injection, and authentication. With its powerful set of tools and easy-to-use syntax, Blazor is a great choice for building fast, responsive, and modern web applications.

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