C# and .NET
Blazor allows developers to use C# and .NET to build web applications, which means they can use a familiar and powerful programming language to build their applications. This also means that developers can reuse their existing .NET skills and code to build web applications, making it easier and faster to develop and maintain applications.
Blazor offers a component-based architecture, which means that developers can create reusable components that can be used across different pages and applications. This makes it easier to develop and maintain applications, as developers can focus on creating high-quality components that can be reused throughout the application.
Server-Side or Client-Side Rendering
Blazor offers two different modes of rendering: server-side and client-side. Server-side rendering is suitable for applications that require a lot of server-side logic or have low latency requirements. Client-side rendering is suitable for applications that require a high level of interactivity and don't require server-side logic.
Blazor supports cross-platform development, which means that developers can build web applications that can run on multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux, and macOS. This makes it easier to develop and deploy applications across different environments.
Integration with .NET Ecosystem
Blazor integrates with the .NET ecosystem, which means that developers can use existing .NET libraries and frameworks to build their applications. This also means that developers can leverage the power of the .NET ecosystem to build complex applications quickly and easily.