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What is Blazorise?

Blazorise is a user interface component library made on top of a web framework called Blazor, and CSS frameworks like Bootstrap, AntDesign, Bulma or Material. Blazorise has two core principles:

  1. keep stuff simple
  2. be extendable

What is Blazorise goal?

Our first goal is to empower developers to use Blazor. In this new technological progress, Blazorise recognized the great potential.

The idea is to provide developers with a much easier way of working with the pre-built components implemented in C# that take full advantage of the Blazor framework. A Blazorise component library does offload everyday UI tasks from the developer without committing to any specific CSS framework.

We are trying day by day to achieve our goal, which is, among other things, to improve our components and respond to all the requirements of developers.

How Blazorise differs from other libraries?

Most of third-party component libraries for Blazor are made around only one CSS framework. Blazorise on the other hand does not have any preferred framework. It has it’s own abstraction layer that is simple enough and can be used as a building block for almost any CSS framework.

Why should I use Blazorise?

It gives you a set of components that you can use to easily create a single page application. That way you can save time and don’t need to waste it on building your own set of components. Just import Blazorise and start now!

How can I try out Blazorise?

To try Blazorise please check out our quick start guide.

Can I offer my help with Blazorise?

Of course. Any help is welcome. You can start by reading contributing guide and by browsing GitHub issues to see where you can start.

And you can always contact me on official Gitter channel or send us PM via email (can be found on our GitHub account).

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