State-of-art Hot-reload for Blazor

Instant

Updates code instantly, no rebuild required

Stateful

Preserves state, no need for navigation

Zero configuration

Just install and you are ready to go!

Without LiveSharp

  • Edit Razor or C# code and save file

  • Build project

  • Refresh page to trigger full application restart

  • (optional) Perform actions to see the updated component, like open modal window or switch tabs

  • Done!

10-60 seconds

With LiveSharp

  • Edit Razor or C# code and save file

  • Done!

1 second or less!

Demonstration

This is a standard Blazor sample application. The only modification I did was install a LiveSharp NuGet package.

It’s easy to see how much time and energy you can save every day with LiveSharp. What is even more important is that you don’t lose the flow state, which is very important for a frustration-free development session.

Try LiveSharp today!

1.

You need a server application running in the background for LiveSharp to work. The server also provides you with Live Debugging UI, logs, and other useful functionality.

  1. Open terminal
  2. Install serverĀ dotnet tool install --global livesharp.server
  3. Run serverĀ livesharp

2.

To integrate LiveSharp into your app, you need a NuGet package installed in your main project, plus all the projects that contain .razor files.

install-package LiveSharp

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