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With the upcoming full release of client-side Blazor in May, and given it has some similarities to Silverlight, are there plans to make the NOV suit usable in Blazor?

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Hi Jason,

We are very interested in Blazor and will have NOV working on this platform by the end of this year. NOV was started with portability in mind and has very minimal dependencies on the OS/Browser and we have already started initial research on Blazor. The lack of Visual Studio integrated debugging was one of the things we wanted to see implemented by MS before we could commit to this platform and we're very glad this has been finally implemented. In addition, we wanted the platform to mature a bit.

That said we hope NOV to be the first suite of controls with advanced features for Blazor. Let us know if you have any questions...

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Any update on this effort?



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Hi,

We are having very good progress on NOV for Blazor WebAssembly (i.e. the client-side Blazor). We recently managed to show the NOV examples in the browser, which was a great milestone. There's a lot more work and optimizations that need to be done, but we are working hard on NOV for Blazor WebAssembly and will do our best to release an official version later this year.


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Awesome.  Are you planning to support server-side Blazor?
Are you looking for beta testers? Wink

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Hi Jason,

Our focus is on client-side Blazor (aka Blazor WebAssembly). We do not plan to support server-side Blazor in the near future. NOV for WebAssembly will be a graphics intensive application and server-side Blazor is too slow for that because data travels from the server to the client and vice versa resulting in a lot of lag.


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Is there any kind of progress on this you can share?  
Is it still being worked on?
Are you still feeling like it's a possibility for later this year?

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Hi Jason,

We are having good progress on porting the NOV component suite to Blazor WebAssembly. Here's a screenshot of a NOV Diagram example running in Google Chrome:



We are working actively on the Blazor version of NOV and things are starting to look really good. We plan to release on official version by the end of the year.


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