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Learning Blazor - Helion

Learning Blazor
Autor: David Pine
ISBN: 9781098113193
stron: 328, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2022-09-26
Ksi─Ögarnia: Helion

Cena ksi─ů┼╝ki: 211,65 z┼é (poprzednio: 246,10 z┼é)
Oszczędzasz: 14% (-34,45 zł)

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Take advantage of your C# skills to build UI components and client-side experiences with .NET. With this practical guide, you'll learn how to use Blazor WebAssembly to develop next-generation web experiences. Built on top of ASP.NET Core, Blazor represents the future of .NET single-page application investments.

Author David Pine, who focuses on .NET and Azure content development at Microsoft, explains how WebAssembly enables many non-JavaScript-based programming languages to run on the client browser. In this book, you'll learn about real-time web functionality with ASP.NET Core SignalR and discover strategies for bidirectional JavaScript interop. David also covers component data binding, hierarchical event-driven communications, in-memory state management, and local storage.

This book shows you how to:

  • Create a beautiful, feature-rich Blazor app
  • Develop and localize an enterprise-scale app using GitHub Actions and Azure Cognitive Services Translator
  • Create advanced validation scenarios for input-based components with forms
  • Automatically deploy and host to Azure Static Web Apps, and rely on HTTP services
  • Use a geolocation service and speech synthesis and recognition native to the browser
  • Author a custom modal verification mechanism for validating a user

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Spis tre┼Ťci

Learning Blazor eBook -- spis treÂci

  • Foreword
  • Preface
    • Why Blazor?
    • Who Should Read This Book
      • For .NET Developers
      • For Web Developers
    • Why I Wrote This Book
    • How to Use This Book
    • Roadmap and Goals of This Book
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • Using Code Examples
    • OReilly Online Learning
    • How to Contact Us
    • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Blazing into Blazor
    • The Origin of Blazor
    • Blazor Hosting
      • Blazor Server
      • Blazor WebAssembly
      • Blazor Hybrid
    • Single-Page Applications, Redefined
    • Why Adopt Blazor
      • .NETs Potential in the Browser
      • .NET Is Here to Stay
      • Familiarity
      • Safe and Secure
      • Code Reuse
      • Tooling
      • Open Source Software
    • Your First Blazor App with the .NET CLI
      • Build the App
      • Install Dev-cert
      • Run the App
    • The Code Must Live On
    • Perusing the Learning Blazor Sample App
    • Summary
  • 2. Executing the App
    • Requesting the Initial Page
    • App Startup and Bootstrapping
    • Blazor WebAssembly App Internals
      • Detecting Client Culture at Startup
      • Layouts, Shared Components, and Navigation
        • Blazor navigation essentials
        • The Router
        • Redirect to login when unauthenticated
        • Blazor component lifecycle
        • The MainLayout component
        • The custom NavBar component
        • The header and footer components
        • An in-memory app state model
        • Understanding the LoginDisplay component
        • Native theme awareness
    • Summary
  • 3. Componentizing
    • Design with the User in Mind
      • Leveraging Pwned Functionality
      • Have I Been Pwned Client Services
      • Restricting Access to Resources
    • The Introduction Component Says Hi
    • The Joke Component and Services
      • Aggregating Joke ServicesLaughter Ensues
      • DI from Library Authors
    • Forecasting Local Weather
    • Summary
  • 4. Customizing the User Login Experience
    • A Bit More on Blazor Authentication
      • Client-Side Custom Authorization Message Handler Implementation
        • Customizing the clients authorization experience
      • The Web.Client ConfigureServices Functionality
    • Native Speech Synthesis
    • Sharing and Consuming Custom Components
    • Chrome: The Overloaded Term
      • Modal Modularity and Blazor Component Hierarchies
      • Exploring Blazor Event Binding
    • Summary
  • 5. Localizing the App
    • What Is Localization?
    • The Localization Process
    • The Language Selection Component
    • Automating Translations with GitHub Actions
    • Localization in Action
    • Summary
  • 6. Exemplifying Real-Time Web Functionality
    • Defining the Server-Side Events
      • Exposing Twitter Streams and Chat Functionality
      • Writing Contextual RPC and Inner-Process Communication
      • Configuring the Hub Endpoint
    • Consuming Real-Time Data on the Client
      • Configuring the Client
      • Sharing a Hub Connection
        • Shared hub connection authentication
        • Shared hub connection initiation
        • Shared hub connection chat
        • Shared hub connection tweets
      • Consuming Real-Time Data in Components
    • Summary
  • 7. Using Source Generators
    • What Are Source Generators?
    • Building a Case for Source Generators
    • C# Source Generators in Action
      • Source Generating the localStorage API
      • Source Generating the Geolocation API
      • Example Usage of the ILocalStorageService
    • Summary
  • 8. Accepting Form Input with Validation
    • The Basics of Form Submission
    • Framework-Provided Components for Forms
    • Models and Data Annotations
      • Defining Component Models
      • Defining and Consuming Validation Attributes
    • Implementing a Contact Form
    • Implementing Speech Recognition as User Input
      • Reactive Programming with the Observer Pattern
      • Managing Callbacks with a Registry
      • Applying the Speech Recognition Service to Components
    • Form Submission Validation and Verification
    • Summary
  • 9. Testing All the Things
    • Why Test?
    • Unit Testing
      • Defining Unit-Testable Code
      • Writing an Extension Method Unit Test
    • Component Testing
    • End-to-End Testing with Playwright
    • Automating Test Execution
    • Summary
  • A. Learning Blazor App Projects
    • Web Client
    • Web API
    • Pwned Web API
    • Web Abstractions
    • Web Extensions
    • Web HTTP Extensions
    • Web Functions
    • Web Joke Services
    • Web Models
    • Web Twitter Components
    • Web Twitter Services
  • Index

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