XAF Blazor UI – While waiting for a feature release.

XAF Blazor UI – where we at right now? What is already released and what is still missing? Is it ready for production?

Those are the most common questions we hear all the time in the community. In our meetup next January 14th 2021 we will dive more in deep in this topic, but again Is it ready for production?

The answer of course is depending on your solution and your requirements, but I can assure you, a lot of us are already using it successfully and giving value to our clients.

This post is just a compilation of workarounds, support center tickets and community work to keep moving while we await for a specific feature to be officially released.

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Usando Blazor para crear aplicaciones moviles | Latino .NET Online

Charla en Latino .NET Online Sabado 7 de Diciembre del 2020

Aprendamos como crear aplicaciones móviles nativas e hibridas usando C# y .NET para Android, iOS, Windows y macOS. El proyecto experimental Mobile Blazor Bindings nos permite usar patrones web para definir el UI y el comportamiento de nuestra aplicación y a la vez reusar componentes nativos. Tu equipo prefiere HTML o XAML? No mas debate, pueden usar ambos.

Mobile Blazor Binding and Xamarin

Stay tuned for a new tutorial on how to create mobile applications with Blazor. As part of a great initiative of the Xamarin community in Spanish, on December 9 we will be creating a sample project from scratch. If you want to learn more about this event check the link below.

https://www.luisbeltran.mx/2020/11/16/segundo-calendario-de-adviento-de-xamarin-en-espanol/

And don’t forget you can switch languages at the top of my blog . Blazor out!

Blazor en Español – Creating and Reusing Blazor Components

Last Thursday on September 17th I was invited to talk about Creating and Reusing Blazor Components on one of the Blazor en Español meetup events.

We discussed about components creation, reusability, packaging, redistribution, templates, cascading values, attribute splatting, components lifecycle, databinding, events and of course the future of Blazor. I personally had a blast talking about technology and sharing my experience with the community and I am looking forward to a second talk about dynamic components 🙊🙊.

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