If you have read Part 1 of this, you might have wondered why it had such a rather abrupt end and did not show the end result in an actual map. I wasn't deliberately building in a cliff-hanger, but was having some issues with displaying the map. Read on to find out how this was solved.
Last month we had the annual Microsoft Build conference and, as always, a lot of exciting new things were announced. Instead of giving you a rundown of all the shiny new bits (which can be found in a lot of other places), I decided on building a proof of concept in which a couple of these new parts will be used together.
The standard design you get out of the box when creating a Blazor application is based on Bootstrap. It doesn't matter whether you go for a server side or a web assembly implementation. But what do you need to do if you would like to use a different design? Say, for example, dress up your app in the Microsoft Office 365 look. This post shows you your options to achieve exactly that.