This is Part 2 in the multi-part series of .NET MAUI – Blazor articles.
In Part 1, we’ve seen an introduction on how to make use of BlazorWebView in the .NET MAUI app.
Part 3 of this series is on the streamlined process of registering the dependencies for BlazorWebView from .NET MAUI RC1 release.
Since it is implemented as a View, it’s possible to share data between .NET MAUI and Blazor and that’s the takeaway of this article. Along with that, the core logic is now abstracted as Razor Class Library (RCL), Dependency Injection, and Component routing for Navigation.