There’s now a new version 2.0.0 of Adaptive Cards for Blazor available.

This update changes two things:

  • It targets .NET Core 3.1 instead of .NET Core 3.0.
  • It also updated Adaptive Cards SDK to the latest version.

There’s also some internal changes on how the package is created. This makes it easier to use the library with Blazor WebAssembly.

How to learn more about Adaptive Cards for Blazor

As before, the best way to start learning about Adaptive Cards for Blazor is the “Getting Started” –tutorial. There’s also a “Quick start” available.

There’s also more than 40 samples available which show you how to use features like Card Collections and how to handle submit actions in C#.

For the source code and current issues & feature requests, please see GitHub.