Webinar – Blazor Best Practices Borrowed From ReactJS
Join us Wednesday, December 13, 2022, 3:00 – 4:00 PM UTC (check other timezones) for our free live webinar, Blazor Best Practices Borrowed From ReactJS, with Principal Consultant at Accenture, Brandon Pugh.
Blazor took a lot of design decisions from React and other frontend frameworks and as a stateful component-based UI framework there is quite a bit of experience that can be transferred from one to the other.
With any new technology, there is going to be a learning period as we experiment and gain experience and learn from mistakes made. After having deployed production Blazor apps for two different clients, I realized I was able to avoid some costly mistakes and design decisions early on by leveraging my prior experience with React and other frontend frameworks. Now I want to pass that knowledge on to you.
In this talk, I’ll share some Blazor best practices as well as common pitfalls to avoid and lessons learned from over 7 years of working with stateful component-based frameworks.
- How to decide where different bits of state should live
- Error handling with Error Boundaries
- Tips for designing reusable components
- When is it appropriate to refactor markup into a reusable component
- Tips for designing testable components
- Handling cross-cutting concerns
You can attend Brandon Pugh’s webinar on YouTube or register for Blazor Best Practices Borrowed From ReactJS to get a reminder closer to the webinar.
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