New Xomega release for .NET 8

We are happy to announce that a new release 9.12.1 of Xomega.Net for Visual Studio 2022 is now available!

With the power of the latest .NET 8 framework, the new release allows you to configure any desired architecture for your new Blazor app using Blazor Server, WebAssembly or a combination of the two with the InteractiveAuto render mode.

You can also host the REST API for your WebAssembly right with the ASP.NET Core Blazor app rather than in a separate project, and have it secured with same-site cookies vs. JWT for the standalone API.

The new solution will automatically include an integrated password-based login screen and all the necessary plumbing for password authentication, which you can easily extend to implement enterprise-grade security for your project.

Overall, the structure of the new projects is so much cleaner in the new release, which should help you to navigate it easily, and learn the best practices for any selected architecture. You can read additional details in our release notes.

The latest release also adds support for creating entity diagrams

We’ve revamped our entire Xomega documentation and refreshed our step-by-step tutorial to show you how to easily create a robust and secure .NET 8 Blazor application from an existing database.

Stay tuned for our upcoming video series that will highlight the key features of Xomega and guide you through the ease of building Blazor apps with our platform. Make sure to subscribe to our channel and hit that notification bell to never miss an update!

In the meantime, feel free to download the new release and see for yourself how it makes building new apps with Blazor (or other technologies) so much quicker and easier.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or issues, as we are always happy to hear from you.