How to Build a Blog App Using Blazor WASM and Strapi

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  • strapi-plugin-transformer

    A plugin for Strapi Headless CMS that provides the ability to transform the API request or response.

    We will need to transform the JSON from the API request to work with our Blazor front-end. To do that, we will use Transformer by @ComfortablyCoding.

  • tags-strapi-purplerhino

    Build a blazing fast blog using Blazor, WebAssembly, TailwindCSS and Strapi

    You can download the source code implementation from Github. Let me know if you have any comments, queries, or suggestions. The Strapi Team is always available to assist you.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • Tailwind CSS

    A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.

    Learn how to create a simple but blazing-fast blog app using Blazor WebAssembly, Tailwind CSS, and Strapi. You will use Strapi, the leading open-source headless CMS, to store your posts and Blazor to build your front-end.

  • Strapi

    🚀 Strapi is the leading open-source headless CMS. It’s 100% JavaScript, fully customizable and developer-first.

    Learn how to create a simple but blazing-fast blog app using Blazor WebAssembly, Tailwind CSS, and Strapi. You will use Strapi, the leading open-source headless CMS, to store your posts and Blazor to build your front-end.

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