Apr 21 2021
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I want to make a Blazor application that can make video calls.
Apr 21 2021 09:21 AM - edited Apr 21 2021 09:22 AM
We built this awesome tutorial to guide you step by step:
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Apr 21 2021 09:51 AMSolution
@ADefWebserver The Hero sample might be overkill to follow, it might be easier to look at the quickstart here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/communication-services/quickstarts/voice-video-calling/get-st...
You'll need to interop to:
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Sep 20 2021 12:30 PM
Thanks for the feedback @ADefWebserver and @WaltDog! Blazor support (among other bindings/frameworks) are on our radar, but we don't have timeline for these at this point in time. Your feedback is helpful for us to gauge interest, and we will keep our roadmap updated so you can track new and upcoming features. Thank you again for your feedback!
Sep 24 2021 03:37 PM - edited Sep 24 2021 03:58 PM
That is so disappointing.
I would’ve thought that would’ve been at the top of your list. Providing an SDK that makes it easy for a C# developer to use an excellent technology like Azure Communication Services. A no-brainer if you ask me.
It begs the question: does Microsoft really have a clear strategic direction in the application development area?
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Sep 25 2021 01:31 AM - edited Sep 25 2021 01:46 AM
I admire your hard work, but you shouldn’t have had to spend that amount of time.
It’s cruel and unreasonable for Microsoft to expect someone to use JSInterop.
JSInterop is not the answer it’s a cop-out.
Again it’s Microsoft demonstrating they don’t care about their C# developer community.
Let’s get real, Microsoft, or let’s not play at all.
Support for Blazor isn’t even on their radar. How embarrassing is that!
Sep 29 2021 12:34 PM
Thank you for the discussion and feedback! I've added this to our feature backlog and linked this post for additional reference.
Unfortunately, I don't have any great answers for you at the moment. We are always looking for ways to invest in making our developers' lives easier, and it's super helpful to hear your perspective.