Early in DotNetConf Scott Hunter demoed Blazor and announced that Server Side Blazor will ship in ASP.NET Core 3.0 as Razor Components.
Also during DotNetConf Daniel Roth showed demos of Blazor including a preview of component templates. You can see how component templates are written near the end of his video around the 59 minute mark.
If you’re new to Blazor, which most of us are. You’re probably discovering that Blazor can be hosted as static files. This post by Anthony Chu shows how you can host a Blazor App with Azure Storage.
There are some really great sample apps coming out of the community. Recently Loheith G N @kashyapa has reworked samples from Knockout and Telerik.com using Blazor.
Blazor is on the cover of @CODEmagazine this month. Rick Strahl’s article Re-Assembling the Web with Web Assembly and Blazor is an in depth summary of the Blazor project and it’s potential.