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It seems like there might be a slight confusion in your question. Blazor and .NET MAUI are two separate technologies, although they are both part of the Microsoft ecosystem and are used for developing cross-platform applications.
– **Blazor WebAssembly:** This allows you to run C# code directly in the browser using WebAssembly, enabling you to create rich web applications entirely in C#.
– **Blazor Server:** In this model, the UI components run on the server while the user interface is rendered in the browser. Communication between the browser and the server is handled over a SignalR connection.
2. **.NET MAUI (Multi-platform App UI):** .NET MAUI is a framework for building native cross-platform applications, targeting mobile and desktop platforms. It’s the evolution of Xamarin.Forms. .NET MAUI allows developers to create a single codebase that can produce native apps for various platforms, including Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows.
However, both Blazor and .NET MAUI are part of the larger .NET ecosystem, and developers might use them in conjunction for different purposes.
If there have been developments or new technologies released after September 2021 that combine these concepts, I recommend checking the official Microsoft documentation or other reliable sources to get the most up-to-date information on these technologies and their integration.