With almost 3 million monthly page views, NuGet.org is the gateway for .NET developers to find packages that accelerate their projects. However, as a package management website, so much more can be done. The new redesign is part of an effort to create a platform to build out new functionality.
Steve Sanderson’s Blazor is an experiment to bring .NET back to the browser using WebAssembly. Currently, WebAssembly is designed primarily to support C and C++ applications. To get from C to C#, Blazor used another research project: Chris Bacon’s DotNetAnywhere.
So you have an Arduino that you love playing with. You also have one of your favorite code editors, VS Code. Every time you start coding with one or the other, you wish you could use both together.
Now you can!