Create fast, secure, and responsive web UIs with Microsoft Blazor. Our platform combines WebAssembly (WASM) and The Blazor server-side hosting model to provide a seamless experience across devices and browsers.
When it comes to high-performance, scalable hosting, we've got your back. Experience the responsiveness and speed of the global AWS infrastructure with our ASP.NET Core Blazor plans.
Don't see what you need above? We can support all kinds of ASP.NET and .NET Core sites and requirements, whether you have 10+ sites or a mission-critical project.
* Annual Pricing includes 2 free months promotion discount. Prices are in USD. State and Local Sales Tax may apply.
Blazor is a web framework for simplifying the development of fast single page applications (SPA), which can run in any browser. It is based on C#, Razor, and HTML.
We get it: you've got a lot on your plate, and you don't have time to sit around waiting for someone to answer your questions. That's why we're here: to make sure that when you need help with your Blazor site, you don't have to wait forever for someone who knows what they're doing--and can actually answer your question!
Launch your next ASP.NET, .NET Core, or Blazor site in minutes.
“If I ever need a Dot Net Core host with 2FA again, I will surely return to Adaptive. You have a great product/service.”
“My asp.net website runs like a swiss watch on their platform and for 1/10th the price of competitors with my own domain name. I am very pleased!”
“It is a pleasure to do business with Adaptive and their world class service. Their expert support staff has always gone “Beyond” my expectations of how they handle any issues that arise. Great job guys! I can never thank you enough for your support!”
“I have used Adaptive for multiple ASP.NET websites and apps. Their service and expertise are of the highest quality. I would highly recommend them.”
5 minute response – that was great!!! Thanks so much!
Fast, clear response that fixed the problem & helped me understand the issue.
Again, I am surprised at how quick and clear your support is. Your response was really helpful.
For more comprehensive FAQ’s on ASP.NET Core Blazor. Visit our Knowledge Base.
Here are the step-by-step instructions to create and publish a Blazor App on our server:
.NET Core versions supporting framework-dependent (FDD) deployment are listed below. Core versions not listed below can be deployed with Self-Contained Deployment (SCD) until the framework is installed.
We support both standalone and hosted Blazor WebAssembly apps on our ASP.NET/.NET Core hosting plans. A standalone Blazor WebAssembly app is created for deployment without a backend ASP.NET Core app to serve its files. On the other hand, a hosted Blazor app is created for deployment with a backend app to serve its files.
When creating a Blazor WebAssembly app, there are two hosting models to choose from. The standalone hosting model is used when the app is deployed without a backend ASP.NET Core app to serve its files. In contrast, the hosted hosting model is used when the app is deployed with a backend app to serve its files.
Blazor WebAssembly hosting provides benefits such as no .NET server-side dependency after the app is downloaded, fully leveraging client resources and capabilities, and offloading work from the server to the client. It also enables serverless deployment scenarios, such as serving the app from a CDN. However, it has limitations such as being restricted to the capabilities of the browser, requiring capable client hardware and software, and taking longer to load.
Blazor Server hosting has benefits such as smaller download size, faster loading time, taking advantage of server capabilities, and supporting thin clients. It also enables the use of existing .NET tooling and doesn't serve the app's .NET/C# code base to clients. However, it has limitations such as higher latency, no offline support, requiring server resources to handle multiple client connections and client state, and requiring an ASP.NET Core server to serve the app, thus making serverless deployment scenarios impossible.