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).
At the end of last year, I was asked by Safia Abdalla if I'd be interested in coming on the Blazor Community Standup to talk about the Blazored components and libraries. I of course, jumped at the chance and agreed straight away.
The show was last Tuesday (9th February) and I had a great time. We had some great questions from the chat and I didn't seem to send anyone to sleep–at least I hope I didn't!
If you didn't get a chance to see it live then don't worry. All the community standups are recorded and added to the dotNET YouTube channel. I've added a direct link to the video below.
I just want to finish up by saying a huge thank you to Safia and Jon Galloway for having me on the show. It was a blast!
P.S. A little update on the book. It's coming along and we've now got 5 chapters in the bag. Which means we're almost halfway there! I'm not going to lie, this has got to be the most challenging thing I've ever done but it will all be worth it when it's finished.
Remember, you can purchase the book right now via the MEAP program and get each chapter as I write it. You can also provide feedback and help shape the final print copy.