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Use project Tye to host Blazor WASM and ASP.NET Web API on a single origin to avoid CORS

- .NET
Using Microsoft's experimental Project Tye, you configured the proxy to forward requests to '/api' to the Web API, and all other requests to the Blazor WASM client.
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How to deploy Blazor WebAssembly to Netlify

- .NET
Now that you can run .NET web applications without server-side code, you can deploy these applications to various static site hosts, such as Netlify.
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Use YARP to host client and API server on a single origin to avoid CORS

- .NET
Using Microsoft's new reverse proxy "YARP", you configured the proxy to forward requests to '/api' to the Web API, and all other requests to the Blazor WASM client.
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Introducing Online GZIP de/compressor, built with Blazor WebAssembly

- .NET
Using Blazor WASM and the GZIP API's I created this little web application which you can use to compress and decompress multiple files using GZIP.
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Pre-render Blazor WebAssembly at build time to optimize for search engines

- .NET
Using pre-rendering tools like react-snap, you can pre-render Blazor WASM. Additionally, you can integrate these pre-rendering tools inside of your continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines.