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.
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.
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 Server and Blazor WebAssembly (client) don't store state by default, resulting in a subpar user experience. Learn what makes up state in Blazor apps and discover solutions implemented in shared, easy to use libraries that take advantage of browser cache and server persistence to solve Blazor state management.