I’ve been a big fan of Blazor as a framework for web applications and the promise of being able to use my favorite programming language C# in the browser to build with web assembly. When Azure Static Apps released support for Blazor, I was immediately interested and started building a few applications. I’ve learned a few things about adding features to these applications and using other Azure services with a Blazor application and will share some of those tips and tricks in a series of blog posts over the next few weeks.
My first app: Fritz’s Hat Collection
I wanted to make a simple website to get started and learn more about using this application model, so I tackled a long desired website that I wanted to build: a catalog of my hat collection. Yes, I enjoy a good hat particularly ball-caps and wanted to make a little site that was effectively a little more than an image gallery. Maybe I would add some metadata and allow visitors to search the site. The site is currently running at https://hats.csharpfritz.com