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- Step 1 Publish the Blazor WebAssembly project Publish the project from Visual Studio,this ensures that the projects is linked which removes all the unwanted dependencies from the output, reducing the size of the assemblies created. Step 2 Create a dockerfile The docker file is very straightforward, pull the nginx image and copy the published Blazor WebAssembly file from the WWWRoot folder to the html folder in nginx FROM nginx:alpine EXPOSE 80 COPY bin/Release/netcoreapp3.
- Background My WebAssembly project has now been configured to be a PWA (refer the previous article in series). It time to introduce hosting. Since the WebAssembly project handles the client side, I want it to be unchanged but be hosted it in a project that can be used as backend for the UI, hence chose WebAPI. The Changes Create a new solution and add the already created Blazor WebAssembly project Add a new ASPNet core web project and choose WebAPI template and call it the .
- Lets get started with an existing Blazor WebAssembly project I already have a Blazor WebAssembly project created implementing Angular Tour of heros application. You can find the project in my GitHub repository here Repo: https://github.com/gopkumr/BlazorTourOfHeroes.git Branch: Release Next step is making this into PWA As with any web application, adding PWA capabilities to Blazor follows the web standard process of adding a manifest json file and the service workers js file.
- Blazor Web-Assembly Project This starts from my Blazor Web-Assembly project that I create as a replica of the Angular TourOfHeros tutorial. The source code of project is in GitHub This is an attempt to convert the existing project to a Blazor server app with few changes to the wiring up and hosting configuration. Since this article is written with a pre-release version of Blazor Web-Assembly, there could be changes to the steps after the actual release expected in May 2020.blazor WASM .Net Blazore Server c# Created
Sat, 25 Apr 2020 18:52:19 +1100