How to Efficiently Manage State in a .NET Blazor Application?

Martin Roberson 100 Reputation points

I am working on a .NET Blazor application and am exploring different approaches to managing state efficiently across components. I am considering using a state container like Flux or Redux but am open to other recommendations. Can anyone provide insights, best practices, or resources on efficiently managing state in a Blazor application, especially in scenarios with complex user interactions and real-time data updates?

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  1. Krew Noah 500 Reputation points

    To efficiently manage state in a .NET Blazor application, consider the following approaches:

    1. Blazor State Management: Utilize built-in Blazor state management techniques such as component parameters, cascading parameters, and component state.
    2. Fluxor: Fluxor is a library for Blazor that implements the Flux design pattern, helping in organizing and managing state in a predictable manner.
    3. Redux.NET: Redux.NET is a predictable state container for .NET applications, inspired by Redux. It helps you write applications that behave consistently and are easy to test.
    4. SignalR: For real-time data updates, consider using SignalR to enable real-time communication between the client and the server.
    5. Local Storage: Utilize browser local storage for persisting state across sessions.

    Remember to assess the complexity and requirements of your application to choose the most suitable state management approach.

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