How to Add Blazor Components to a Blazor WPF App

Arun Raj
2 min readMay 2, 2024

Learn to create a new Blazor WPF app and add Syncfusion Blazor components using Visual Studio 2022. In this video, you will learn to configure the Syncfusion Blazor DataGrid component in a Blazor WPF app.

The Syncfusion DataGrid control displays and allows users to manipulate data in a tabular view. Its wide range of functionalities includes an adaptive UI layout for all devices, selection, and support for Excel, CSV, and PDF formats. Use the grid column components of templates to apply a custom layout and display custom element values or content for each column.

The Syncfusion DataGrid control can display table data in a hierarchical structure that can be expanded or collapsed with a button. Through paging, a segment of data can be viewed from the assigned data source. Use the built-in, customizable pager UI with an on-demand paging mode for effective data retrieval from remote web services. Customize the style of individual cells and rows.

The Blazor DataGrid provides support for create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations. In addition to built-in editor components for editing column values, use templates to create custom editor components that suit application needs. Perform editing operations with a list of business objects or a remote data service with the help of the data manager.

The Blazor DataGrid header must be in a fixed position when scrolling the document vertically to visualize the content along with the column header. You can drag and drop rows to another DataGrid or custom component. You can also drag and drop rows within the same DataGrid using the drag icon.

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