We have a nice set of changes and additions for this summer edition of the Fluent UI component library for Blazor. Not just new components, but also support for more events, support for more bindings, new and updated icons and changes in the demo environment. Read on for the complete overview.

In this post I'll give an overview of what's new and changed in versions 1.3 and 1.4 of the Microsoft FluentUI for Blazor library. Me and the team were so busy with adding exciting new features that I didn't have time to blog about them earlier.

Blazor already supported custom events. With .NET 6, Blazor ads support for custom event arguments and JavaScript initializers. By using these new Blazor functionalities, you can make this a really seamless experience for your component consumers. Let me show you how...

In the beginning of the year I discussed ways you can use Microsoft's Fluent Design System in your Blazor apps. If you are curious about the current state of affairs, read on!