Room 1 

13:15 - 14:00 


Talk (45 min)

Blazor in 2021

By now, Blazor is well established as an effective framework for rich web UIs, running both server-side or client-side on WebAssembly, written entirely with .NET. But where's this technology heading?


Watch this talk live on YouTube.

In this talk, you'll see what it's like to use the latest .NET 5 features to create a Blazor UI, and preview some exciting .NET 6 enhancements we have in the pipeline. You'll see a truly dramatic improvement in the developer experience, some runtime features that enable more robustness and performance than ever before, and helpful tips that can be applied in existing .NET 5-based applications. And of course, it’s demos all the way.

If you're new to Blazor, this will be a great way to get a sense of what it's all about. If you're already a seasoned expert, this is your chance to find out what's coming next.

Steve Sanderson

Steve is a developer/architect at Microsoft on the .NET team, with a particular focus on web technology. He’s best known for originally creating Blazor – the current leading .NET web UI framework – and before that knockout.js, one of the first wave of JS client-rendering frameworks. He loves discovering or creating new innovations to move technology forwards, and finding ways to communicate where things are heading through demo-centric conference talks.