Let’s start with what is Blazor, since some of you might not know or even heard about it before. Few years ago, Microsoft introduced their new web development framework, Blazor (Browser+Razor) which allows developers to use C# dan Razor syntax to build browser-based applications alongside HTML and CSS.
The main feature of Blazor is it allows developers to develop both client and server sides using C#. And because it uses WebAssembly, you don’t have to install any third-party plugins to execute. By having the same libraries and code, Blazor makes your work much more and convenient and comfortable.
Blazor vs. React
There are lots of developers that would argue that React as the best library for web component development. Although it’s not an apple to apple comparison, we have to agree that React is well-established and earned its respect with a proven track record and by having a strong community around it.
In other hand, Blazor is new but, it brings the flavor from its well-established counterpart Razor. So, it’s not entirely novel for developers. Moreover, .Net developers could have smoother transitions since Blazor uses C# for development.
Blazor vs. Angular