Michael Bradvica joined Saxony Partners in 2020 as a Software Engineer on our app dev team. Previously, he has worked as a Full-Stack .NET Developer for technology services firms. You can read more of his thought leadership at MichaelBradvica.com – from which the blog post below has been adapted.
– Has fewer features
– Is not static
– Is not type safe
– Has no built-in IntelliSense support
Ultimately, the most likely scenario for having to use the JavaSript interop feature is when a third-party library (such as Google Maps) doesn’t offer native Blazor support.
1.Double check to see if a Blazor library does not already exist for your use case.
2. If a library does not exist, look to see if you can re-create the behavior natively in Blazor.
4. Keep vigilant for third party developers releasing native Blazor components.
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