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The Case for Blazor

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During the Web 2.0 revolution, we had our first opportunity to port desktop applications to the Web. Thanks to the Ajax technology, which allowed us to do asynchronous calls to the server for the first time, we no longer had to suffer through a page reload every time the user updated the interface. We could finally get to the core of and resolve the main problems of desktop application development.

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Aponte, M. (2020). The Case for Blazor. In: Building Single Page Applications in .NET Core 3 . Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5747-0_1

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