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nibor278960dBlazor web assembly is due for release in May 2020. That will beginning of the end for Js (I hope). Give it another couple of years and we'll all be writing front end in c#, java or whatever language floats your boat.
beegC0de148460dI don't know why anyone would want this. The model is highly complex and *every* user interaction is modeled on the web server. It would be extremely expensive to run.
Also, who the fuck in their right mind would ever use c#
elzdev44559dWhy not both?
I'm c# and js/typescript dev.
Our current web project is written with angular for Frontend and c# with nancyfx for the backend.
If you hate js, just use typescript?
Just use the right tool for the task. I mean, i can get a screw with a hammer in the wall, but is that the best way?