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Blazor and EF Core (Series: 7 Parts Total)

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EF Core and Cosmos DB with Blazor WebAssembly

With Blazor WebAssembly it is possible to use EF Core to access Cosmos DB directly from the browser. This post explores why, how, and what security implications and considerations exist.

Data ] [ EF Core ] [ Blazor ] [ Cosmos DB ] [ WebAssembly ]
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Azure AD Secured Serverless Cosmos DB from Blazor WebAssembly

Learn how to configure a standalone Blazor WebAssembly app to securely connect to an Azure Functions endpoint using Azure AD to retrieve a Cosmos DB resource token. Use the resource token to connect to Cosmos DB directly from the Blazor client app through Entity Framework EF Core.

Blazor ] [ WebAssembly ] [ Cosmos DB ] [ EF Core ]
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Build a Blazor WebAssembly Line of Business App Part 1: Intro and Data Access

Describes a fully functional real-world project built in Blazor WebAssembly with EF Core that demonstrates authentication, logging, shadow properties, auditing, optimistic concurrency, entity validation, paging/sorting/filtering and more.

WebAssembly ] [ EF Core ] [ Blazor ] [ .NET Core ]
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Build a Blazor WebAssembly Line of Business App Part 2: Client and Server

Part 2 of the series that describes a fully functional real-world project built in Blazor WebAssembly with EF Core. Part 2 focuses on the Web API, shadow properties, automation of audit, and the repository implementation.

WebAssembly ] [ EF Core ] [ Blazor ] [ .NET Core ]
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Build a Blazor WebAssembly Line of Business App Part 3: Query, Delete and Concurrency

Part 3 of the series that describes a fully functional real-world project built in Blazor WebAssembly with EF Core. Part 3 focuses on querying, delete, update and optimistic concurrency.

WebAssembly ] [ EF Core ] [ Blazor ] [ .NET Core ]
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Build a Blazor WebAssembly LOB App Part 4: Make it Blazor-Friendly

Part 4 of the series that describes a fully functional real-world project built in Blazor WebAssembly with EF Core. Part 4 explains how the app was refactored to current state in order to take advantage of more built-in Blazor features..

WebAssembly ] [ EF Core ] [ Blazor ] [ .NET Core ]