My book, Blazor in Action - an example-driven guide to building client-side web apps using C# and .NET - is now available to buy via the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP).
It's been a busy few weeks but I've got a couple of things I've been working on that I'd like to share with you all...
Blazored GitHub Org
Firstly, let me introduce Blazored. This is a new org I've created on GitHub and is going to be a dedicated space for all the Blazor libraries I want to build and share with the community. It's something that I've been wanting to do for over 6 months but things just kept getting in the way.
I've got quite a few ideas for things I want to do and I'll obviously talk about them here and on Twitter as I work through them. But if you have any ideas for libraries or controls you would like to see then please get in touch. Obviously, all of the Blazored packages will be open source so please get involved on GitHub with any feature requests, PRs or bug reports you have.
I'll also be moving over the BlazoredLocalStorage & BlazoredLocalisation packages into the Blazored namespace and into the GitHub & NuGet orgs in the near future so look out for that, but I'll probably stick something on Twitter when I do it.
My second announcement is the first official Blazored package, Blazored.Toast. In a recent post I wrote, Blazor Toast notifications using only C#, HTML and CSS, I gave an example of toast notifications for Blazor apps. It was a bit rough round the edges and very much an example rather than something you would potentially use.