I have been exploring Blazor for a few years now. There are many beginner videos on this channel. I have built internal tools, but I never made them look great.
It finally made me look for a user interface library for Blazor that gives me access to great-looking, pre-implemented controls, and components.
What user interface library you choose depends on many different factors. Depending on what type of application you build, you might need a different set of components.
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