Welcome to another post in TNWiki Article Spotlight series. This is where you get to hear about a TechNet Wiki that you shouldn't miss reading.
TechNet community has been very busy following up with the progress of Blazor. Since the beginning of Blazor, we have seen a lot of nice Blazor related TechNet wikis being authored by the community. If you have been following them all, I am sure by now you have gained pretty good knowledge on it. But if you missed them and still don't know what Blazor is, it's a new experimental .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. And yes, you can use .NET on the client side and it provides all of the benefits of a client-side web UI framework.
This weeks' TNWiki article that we are going to highlight today is an article on Blazor and it showcases one of the nice features of it. That is the ability to build your own reusable component libraries. This article will guide you on creating a reusable grid component which displays data in a grid and that supports client-side pagination. This article has won the Gold medal in ASP.NET Technical Guru - December 2018 under ASP.NET Category and was published by Ankit. Over the past couple of months, Ankit has written many TNWiki articles on Blazor.
This article is written in a step by step nature, so even if you are a beginner, you can easily follow along. It has a lot of images, code snippets and the code is explained. Towards the end of the article, a link is provided to download the complete source code from TechNet Gallery.
Can't wait to read the article? Here you go.
Blazor: Creating A Reusable Grid Component
Have a nice week ahead!