Blazor WASM and Azure Static Web Apps a great combination

English Intermediate Development

Blazor keeps getting better and better. But where will you host the great new app we have built with it? You could use an Azure App Service for this, but there is another great option in Azure: Static web apps. In this session, I will show you what Azure Static Web Apps are all about and how to combine these with Blazor WebAssembly. The better part of this talk will be spent in Azure and code, so don't expect a lot of slides.


Johan Smarius

Microsoft MVP on .NET and DevOps, Software Developer @ JMAC Software Solutions & Teacher @ Avans University of Applied Sciences

Johan has been developing software since 1996 and has been using .NET since version 1.0. He has a lot of experience as lead developer and architect for .NET solutions. He has a passion for clean coding and test-driven development. As a developer and trainer at JMAC Software Solutions and as a teacher at the Avans University of Applied Sciences he spends his time architecting .NET solutions and coaching and teaching other developers and students in using Microsoft technologies. In his spare time, he teaches children how to program and is a trainer in first aid.

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