Host Blazor components in any web browser on WebAssembly, server-side in ASP.NET Core, or in native client apps.
Create beautiful user experiences fast with Blazor's flexible and reusable component model that is simple, composable, declarative, and efficient.
Web & Native
Use Blazor components on the web and in hybrid native apps for mobile & desktop.
What is Blazor?
Blazor is a hot topic amongst the .NET Technical Community, but what is it and why should I be interested in it? Let's learn what Blazor is and how you can use it to make your web applications.Watch the series
Connect to data
Visualize and edit data by binding to strongly-typed data models.Learn more
Forms & validation
Build interactive data forms with rich data validation.Learn more
Quickly set up authentication and authorization policies using preconfigured templates and integrated tooling.Learn more
Visual Studio helps you easily build, debug, test, and deploy full-stack C# Blazor web apps.
Debug and test
Debug your C# code running in the browser from Visual Studio and write automated tests.Learn more
Quickly iterate using Visual Studio's Hot Reload feature to apply code changes at run time and see results updated in real time.Learn more
.NET offers a library of learning resources. Access videos, tutorials, code samples, and content from Microsoft Learn to help you build better.Explore learning portal
Free step-by-step self-guided learning path where you'll learn how to build and publish Blazor web apps.Start learning
Intro to web development
Go through the 6-part Intro to Web Development with .NET series! Here, you'll build awesome projects and learn all about Razor Pages, Minimal APIs, Blazor, and more.Learn more
Our step-by-step tutorial will help you get Blazor running on your computer.Get started