With the arrival of Blazor as part of the ASP.NET web development framework—new and exciting possibilities have become a reality. One such possibility is creating composite UI’s via Razor Components and component messaging. This article will dive into some of the higher level points of importance in building a composite UI as well as walk through a working example.
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