ASP.NET Blazor now supports WebAssembly, allowing developers to run nimble in-browser web apps

ASP.NET Blazor, which allows developers to build interactive web UIs with C# instead of JavaScript, now supports WebAssembly. This added capability means developers can build client-side web apps that run completely in the browser with .NET. These compiled applications run faster and with less memory than JavaScript. Further, because .NET is running on WebAssembly, developers can reuse code and libraries from within the .NET ecosystem.

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