The #WebAssembly Story
TypeScript was born to help reduce the complexity you can face with JS and it worked quite well.
In 2017, WebAssembly was born and became officially available in most of the browsers.
Microsoft kept the momentum going and worked on the first official single-page application framework to run C# in the browser. In 2019, Blazor was officially born. It became the first complete enterprise-ready web framework that utilizes WebAssembly. Since then, more and more companies and individuals have been using Blazor WebAssembly for their solutions, and with every .NET release, the framework is just getting stronger.
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