Blazorise is a component library built on top of Blazor with support for CSS frameworks like Bootstrap, Tailwind, Bulma, AntDesign, and Material. (by Megabit)

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  • Best Blazor Components Package (Other than MudBlazor)
    6 projects | /r/dotnet | 9 Dec 2023
  • Ask HN: What side projects landed you a job?
    62 projects | | 3 Dec 2023
    I made a Blazor component library for one of my personal projects that failed, but the component library lived on as an open-source project called Blazorise [1].

    In late 2019, I got a well-paid job in a large local company because of the project reference. Unfortunately, COVID happened, and I lost that same job after a few months. So again, because of Blazorise, I got several other gigs as a freelancer.

    But after a while, it was hard to do all the work on the projects and do freelance jobs at the same time. Not to mention that family time was also very limited.

    So I decided to commercially license Blazorise to companies, and keep it free for individuals. Hopefully, the decision paid off. Today I run a small company and continue to work on Blazorise full time. We're still fully bootstraped without any external funds.


  • Dobri projekti na Githubu za ucenje
    7 projects | /r/CroIT | 26 Jun 2023
  • The most popular applications using Blazor 5 years after its creation
    4 projects | /r/Blazor | 31 May 2023 is fully done on Blazor. Also the support forum
  • Da li ste nekad zaradili novac od programiranja bez da ste radili za drugoga?
    1 project | /r/CroIT | 21 May 2023
    Da, vidi
  • Anything similar to headless ui for Blazor?
    1 project | /r/Blazor | 26 Apr 2023
  • Display DataTable in DataGrid component
    1 project | /r/Blazorise | 12 Mar 2023
    I am working on form that run dynamic sql query in database and populates the results in datagrid. I don't know how many columns will return by the query. So I populate my resuts in DataTable, but unable to display on datagrid. Relevant issue [Feature] Full featured work with DataTable in DataGrid ยท Issue #701 ยท Megabit/Blazorise ( . Does anyone know workaround for this.
  • Making a Blazor app run on Web browser, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS and macOS
    8 projects | /r/dotnet | 11 Feb 2023
    Making Blazor run on Linux was a lot of hard work. Mainly because there is no official support from Microsoft (but even that doesn't always help, as you will see in the next section about macOS). I tried to make it work with 3 different community driven projects: Electron.NET, Chromely and Photino. Electron is very bloated and very slow - it takes for ever to start debugging from Visual Studio. I also hated that it first opens a console window and then the Blazor window. I don't want to see 2 windows open. Chromely also first opens a console window and then the Blazor window. I couldn't make it work in Linux. That leaves Photino. It comes with a Blazor sample that works in Linux without a problem. But my project didn't work in Linux with Photino. I found out that the problem was loading content for from the \wwwroot\_content folder. I sumbitted a GitHub issue and the problem was fixed in Photino.Blazor v2.5.0
  • Going Full Time on My SaaS After 13 Years
    2 projects | | 4 Jan 2023
    I did something similar with Blazorise, a personal project of mine, It started as a hobby project. After some time it grew too large that it took most of my time, not to mention the time I could spend with my wife and son. Things changed during the Covid when I was laid off. Then I started freelancing for a while, and last year I finally took a big step and went full-time with Blazorise. Switched to dual licensing, where larger enterprises must purchase a commercial license. It is working, and hopefully, it will continue to work. Or otherwise, my wife will rage on me :/
  • Blazor's wonderful
    1 project | /r/Blazor | 16 Dec 2022
    My guess is that they're using component libraries (like Blazorise) rather than write components themselves.
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