TNWiki Article Spotlight – Blazor: Deploying An Application On Firebase

It's another Tuesday and I am warmly welcoming you all to this week's TNWiki Article Spotlight.

If you are not aware by now, Blazor is no longer an experimental framework and it's now in official preview. So it's about high time you want to start learning Blazor (if you haven't already). In TechNet, there are already a lot of rich articles on Blazor, which will definitely help you get up to speed.

For this weeks' TNWiki article spotlight, I have chosen an article on Blazor and it shows how you can deploy a Blazor application on Firebase. Firebase is Google's mobile platform that helps you quickly develop high-quality apps and grow your business.

This article has won the Gold medal in ASP.NET Technical Guru - February 2019 under ASP.NET Category and was published by Ankit. Ankit has written many TNWiki articles on Blazor during the past couple of months. 

This article is a complete article, it has all the information you need from creating a very simple Blazor application to publishing it to Firebase. The article is well formatted, it has a Table of Contents for you to easily navigate around, a lot of images and of course, towards the end of the article, you are provided with a link to download the complete source code. What else can you ask for?

You can read the full article from the following link,
Blazor: Deploying An Application On Firebase

Have a nice week ahead!

Happy Coding!


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