Building Applications using Server-Side Blazor with Shaun Walker
Server-Side Blazor is poised to ship at the end of September 2019 - are you ready? Carl and Richard talk to Shaun Walker, formerly of DotNetNuke fame, about server-side Blazor - starting with, how does server-side Blazor even make sense? Blazor has been a client-side technology using web assembly since Steve Sanderson showed off the prototype in 2017. But as the product matured, a server-side model from the Razor world emerged as a hugely powerful way to build forms-over-data web applications - and the component vendors have jumped on-board! Shaun talks about his new open-source project called Oqtane which promises to make building Blazor apps even easier!
Shaun Walker is the original creator of Oqtane and DotNetNuke, web application frameworks that have earned the recognition of being amongst the most pioneering and widely adopted Open Source projects native to the Microsoft platform. He has 30+ years of professional experience in architecting and implementing enterprise software solutions for private and public organizations. Based on his significant community contributions he has been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for over 14 years. He was recognized in 2011 as a leading entrepreneur in the BIV Forty Under 40 business awards and is currently the Chair of the Project Committee for the .NET Foundation