What makes for great technology in web application development?
A friend of mine asked this question, and it led to a two-hour long debate that saw the lasagna grow cold and the crumble untouched.
As a software developer, I used to think about this question a lot. Now, as someone who runs a software development business, I think about it all the time.
Now, I believe we are seeing a shift in this thinking. Instead of asking what can be done, developers are asking how easy is it to use. In an age where powerful web application development platforms are just a fingertip away, capability is no longer as important as it once was, now the focus is on how quickly the work can be done.
You see, technical prowess is great, but it often comes at a price. It means more effort required, more time needed and further delays in getting the work done. At a time when people are used to getting what they want in seconds, this is just unacceptable.
So it is no longer a question of what it can do, but rather, how fast can it be done. Efficiency is now one of the most important indicators of how great a web development application is, which is why I have come to believe that Microsoft Blazor is one of the best web application technologies available.
Why is Microsoft Blazor the best?
One of the reasons why Microsoft Blazor is one of the best web application technologies is that it saves developers a lot of time.
Since Microsoft Blazor can load .Net into single-page applications, it allows developers to use existing .NET libraries and share code. So, instead of having to write brand new code for every single application, developers can reuse existing code, which saves a lot of time.
Besides reusing code, Microsoft Blazor allows developers to reuse UI components from different vendors like DevExpress and SyncFusion, which reduces development work significantly.
The future of web application development
I believe that the future of web application development is heading for an exciting future because of Blazor. As more developers adopt the framework, we are going to see gradual changes in the quality and quantity of web applications.
Blazor is paving the way for more sophisticated applications, without increasing the amount of time spent developing them. This is because it allows developers to be more flexible, breaking down silos and paving the way for new innovations. Given time, we will see developers do far more with less, making Microsoft Blazor one of the best choices for building a web applications.