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MudBlazor

MudBlazor is an ambitious Material Design component framework for Blazor with an emphasis on ease of use and documentation.

Today's Balance
$1,102.95
Estimated Annual Budget
$6,058
2 full-time developer's
$140,000
per year

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$2,000 USD / month

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1
multi-INTER-media GmbH

$300 USD since Nov 2020

2
Fuk'si MKAYI

$200 USD since Nov 2021

3
Thibaud Galland Demanneville

$180 USD since Feb 2021

4
StephenOTT

$150 USD since Jun 2021

5
Dunce

$145 USD since May 2021

6
Gerardo Orozco

$110 USD since Aug 2021

7
Kyle T

$103.3 USD since Sep 2021

8
Johann Nell

$100 USD since Feb 2021

9
John Kenedy

$100 USD since Feb 2021

10
porkopek

$95 USD since Nov 2020

Organizations

1
adaris GmbH

$3,300 USD since Jan 2021

2
TimeStatement AG

$2,000 USD since Dec 2020

3
Lane.gg

$340 USD since Aug 2021

4
Computer Invision LLC

$300 USD since Nov 2020

5
Navium Oy

$100 USD since Nov 2020

6
Business Logic s.r.o.

$20 USD since Apr 2021

7
InClubGolf

$10 USD since Mar 2021

8
GoMage

$1 USD since Apr 2021

9
Bayshore CTS

$1 USD since Jul 2021

MudBlazor is all of us

Our contributors 75

Thank you for supporting MudBlazor.

Henon

Admin

$10 USD

adaris GmbH

Bronze Sponsor 🥉

$3,300 USD

TimeStatement AG

Bronze Sponsor 🥉

$2,000 USD

Lane.gg

backer 🎖️

$340 USD

multi-INTER-m...

$300 USD

Fuk'si MKAYI

backer 🎖️

$200 USD

Thibaud Galla...

backer 🎖️

$180 USD

StephenOTT

One time donation

$150 USD

Dunce

backer 🎖️

$145 USD

Gerardo Orozco

backer 🎖️

$110 USD

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Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to MudBlazor (backer)

Credit from Marko Radojkovic to MudBlazor

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution
Monthly financial contribution to MudBlazor (backer)

Credit from Thibaud Galland Demanneville to MudBlazor

+$10.00USD
Completed
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Monthly financial contribution to MudBlazor (sponsor)

Credit from TimeStatement AG to MudBlazor

+$100.00USD
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Today’s balance

$1,102.95 USD

Total raised

$7,471.55 USD

Total disbursed

$6,368.60 USD

Estimated annual budget

$6,057.63 USD

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News from MudBlazor

Updates on our activities and progress.

v1.2.1 Released and .NET 5 on the horizon

One week ago we released version 1.2.1 as our 17th nuget release, things started to move way faster than we could ever imagined and that put a hold on...
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Published on December 23, 2020 by Jonny Larsson

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No ID or x:Name to reference control

Published on November 23, 2020 by Phillip Frabott

I'm trying to reference some of the controls in the code area but I am not able to find an ID or x:Name parameter anywhere. Do you guys call this parameter by a different name?

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Visibility=Hidden for MudAlert?

Published on November 18, 2020 by Phillip Frabott

What is the best way to hide the MudAlert control? I was looking for a Visibility parameter or something similar but so far no luck. Is there a better way?

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About


MudBlazor is perfect for .NET developers who want to rapidly build web applications without having to struggle with CSS and Javascript. MudBlazor, being written entirely in C#, empowers them to adapt or extend the framework and the multitude of examples in the documentation makes learning MudBlazor very easy.

Design goals:

  • Clean and aesthetic graphic design based on Material Design
  • Clear and easy to understand structure
  • Good documentation with many examples and source snippets
  • All components are written entirely in C#, no JavaScript allowed (except absolutely necessary)
  • Users can make beautiful apps without needing CSS (but they can of course use CSS too)
  • No dependencies on other component libraries, 100% control over components and features
  • Stability! We strive for a complete test coverage.
  • Releasing often so developers can get their PRs and fixes in a timely fashion
 

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