Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 now available

I’m thrilled to announce that Blazor WebAssembly is now officially released. This is a fully-featured and supported release of Blazor WebAssembly that is ready for production use. Full stack web development with .NET is now here!


Get started

Getting started with Blazor WebAssembly is easy: simply go to https://blazor.net and install the latest .NET Core SDK (3.1.300 or later), which includes everything you need to build and run Blazor WebAssembly apps.


You can then create and run your first Blazor WebAssembly app by running:

dotnet new blazorwasm -o BlazorApp1
cd BlazorApp1
dotnet run

Browse to https://localhost:5001 and voilà! You’ve just built and run your first Blazor WebAssembly app!



To maximize your Blazor productivity, be sure to install a supported version of Visual Studio for your platform of choice:

You can find additional docs and samples on https://blazor.net.


Upgrade an existing project

If you already have an existing Blazor WebAssembly project, you can upgrade it from the 3.2.0 Release Candidate to the official 3.2.0 release by doing the following:

  • Update all Microsoft.AspNetCore.Components.WebAssembly.* and System.Net.Http.Json package references to version 3.2.0.

That’s it, you’re all set!


What is Blazor WebAssembly?

In case this is your first time learning about Blazor, let me introduce you to what Blazor WebAssembly is all about.


Blazor is an open source and cross-platform web UI framework for building single-page apps using .NET and C# instead of JavaScript. Blazor is based on a powerful and flexible component model for building rich interactive web UI. You implement Blazor UI components using a combination of .NET code and Razor syntax: an elegant melding of HTML and C#. Blazor components can seamlessly handle UI events, bind to user input, and efficiently render UI updates.

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