3 Blazor App Examples You Can Use Right Away

Katie Mikova / Thursday, July 27, 2023

Blazor sample apps provide a good starting point when building a new Blazor Server/WebAssembly project (especially for the first time). They can be used in various scenarios after adjusting and customizing them to match your specific needs. From supplying code examples to documentation, facilitating copying examples into local test apps, or demonstrating some of the best Blazor practices, you can learn and benefit significantly from a Blazor app example.

However, finding a good sample that matches your app requirements or scenario can be challenging sometimes. Some Blazor project examples are easy to get started with and fine-tune because they are kept up to date, so that you can use them as a foundation straight away. Others you may find a bit overwhelming due to things like:

  • Third-party libraries and too many data classes.
  • Requirements and architectural specifics.
  • Older sample apps that don’t reflect the latest best practices and patterns because Blazor itself has undergone significant improvements.

That’s why in this article, we gathered 3 top Blazor app examples you can use right away. What else will you learn in this blog post?

When To Get Started With A Blazor App Example?

Apart from the obvious – gaining a quick start and hands-on learning experience in terms of Blazor syntax, features, and other fundamentals – using Blazor sample applications brings many other advantages.

For fast prototyping or a small-scale POC

Blazor web app examples usually have a basic structure that can be extended or modified to match the requirements of your Blazor app. This allows you to speed up prototyping while focusing on implementing unique functionalities later. Using one such Blazor application also aids in evaluating and validating things like technical feasibility and suitability and how well Blazor can serve your project. In front of stakeholders, you can showcase core features and functionalities that you intend to implement.

Gaining valuable insights

Usually, samples and examples are often driven by best practices, architectural patterns, and recommended coding techniques. By examining these sample apps, then, you can gain insights directly into industry-standard approaches for architecting and developing a Blazor application.

To identify potential issues

One way to use Blazor project examples is to look at them as a quick resource for troubleshooting common problems and bugs. You can compare the code, structure, and implementation by examining a sample app alongside your own Blazor app. This comparison will enable you to see how the sample app handles similar features or functionalities and you can more easily identify discrepancies that may be the root cause.

Our Top 3 Choice of Ready-To-Use Blazor App Examples

Note that all Blazor example applications listed here are framework-agnostic. They were initially built for Blazor, but you can switch to Angular or Web Components and generate code in a single click with our low-code App Builder.


What you see here is a reporting dashboard to manage inventory levels and review products in stock. The Blazor app uses custom Side Navigation for routing and Category Charts to report performance. Other Blazor components used: Other components used: Avatar, Button, Card, Checkbox, Data Grid, Drop Down, Icon, Input Group, List, Select.

Check out the inventory management app preview and inspect the code.

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This sample represents a master-detail style app for managing customer details inspired by HubSpot. It includes responsive views for the Overview Dashboard and customer details with multiple tabs. Other Blazor components used: Accordion, Avatar, Button, Icon Button, Checkbox, Dialog Window, Dropdown, Expansion Panel, Data Grid, Icon, Input Group, List, Navigation Bar, Navigation Drawer, Select, Tab Layout.

Check out the CRM app preview and inspect the code.

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This Blazor application example has two main modules – a layout with tasks and a collection of dashboards. Both use a combination of lists, tables, and cards displaying the different types of items. The main navigation is realized via a header. With it, you can choose projects and create tasks among others. There is also a mini navigation drawer that contains icons to switch between the modes described above. By default, the Team Collaboration app comes in a dark mode. Other Blazor components used: Icon, Avatar, List, Button, Grid.

Check out the team collaboration app preview and inspect the code.

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A Heads-Up: Demystifying Blazor Sample Applications & The Code Behind Them

The sample apps above were created from scratch using our low-code WYSIWYG App Builder and different Blazor components from Ignite UI for Blazor. While the low-code tool provides the easiest and much faster way to develop apps, generate clean Blazor code, and inspect it in real time, the Ignite UI library brings a wide range of pre-built C# controls and 60+ high-performance Charts for any app scenario.

Here are a few quick things that make it easy to inspect a sample app and the code behind it when using low-code tools:

  • There is a visual development environment.
  • You benefit from a full drag-and-drop development experience.
  • There is a toolbox of UI controls that can be reused across the board.
  • The tool has code-generation capabilities.
  • You streamline rapid prototyping and iteration.
  • Built-in integration capabilities with backend systems, databases, and APIs are also available.

And a Quick Dev Tip at the End

It's essential to always carefully evaluate the quality, reliability, and extensibility of the sample app you're using for your Blazor project. Make sure it complies with your project's requirements and long-term goals. You can also take advantage of our full-featured Blazor component library and fetch the best-in-class widgets in your scalable project, especially when you decide to build a Blazor app from scratch.

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