Best Blazor Components

This page provides information about the popular commercial Blazor components and OpenSource Blazor components that are currently available on the market.

Commercial Components for Blazor

Syncfusion Blazor UI Components

The Syncfusion Blazor UI components suite is one of the largest component library on the market at present. They provide more than 70 native UI components, which include DataGrid, Charts, Scheduler, Diagrams, Gantt, etc. Syncfusion also provides the free Community edition for companies and individuals with less than $1 million USD in annual gross revenue and 5 or fewer developers.

Product Highlights

  • Has several unique and large components, such as Gantt, Diagram, Word Processor (Document Editor), Pivot Table, PDFViewer, File Manager, In-place Editor, Query Builder, StockChart, and Dashboard Layout.

  • Support is one of the big strengths. They provide live chat for quick technical issues or clarification, which is a huge advantage here for the people who use their products.

  • All the packages are available on This helps developers to integrate the Syncfusion components into their applications in Visual Studio without doing any other configuration.

  • They have documentation and also publish tutorial videos on YouTube regularly.

  • Major plus which I see and recommend the Syncfusion Blazor Components to all people is that all the above mentioned highlights are free through the community edition if you are eligible. As an individual like me who is doing part time projects, students or smaller companies, there is no need to second think about giving a try.

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Price: $995

Progress Telerik Blazor UI Components

The Telerik UI for Blazor UI components has been available on the market since the Blazor framework was released. All components are native and built using C# from scratch. They support both client-side (WebAssembly) and server-side Blazor apps. Telerik provides 80 components which include everything from simple textboxes to advanced DataGrid controls.

Product Highlights

  • Grid is one of the popular and feature-rich controls in the Blazor suite.

  • Detailed documentation and interactive demos are available to get started quickly.

  • Releasing with new components and features aggressively for every release.

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Price: $999

DevExpress Blazor UI Components

The DevExpress UI Components for Blazor allow you to create intuitive and highly-refined user experiences for both the Blazor Server (ASP.NET Core) and Blazor WebAssembly hosting models. The DevExpress Blazor UI Component Library ships with over 35 native Blazor components (including a DataGrid, Pivot Grid, Scheduler, Chart, Data Editors, and Reporting).

Product Highlights

  • Has several complex UI components such as DataGrid, Charts, RichTextEditor, Dashboard, Pivot Table, etc.
  • Provides built-in themes, localization support & different size modes for all the components.
  • Provides a detailed documentation & interactive demos
  • Provides Layout components to create the page design quickly

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Price: $1000

Blazorise Blazor UI Components

The Blazorise Blazor UI Components is an OpenSource component library built on top of Blazor and CSS frameworks like Bootstrap, Bulma and Material. It provides over 35 components & extensions, which include DataGrid, Chart, RichTextEdit, etc. It provides all the components for free if you use them for non-commercial purposes.

Product Highlights

  • Supports multiple CSS frameworks built-in

  • Provides several templates to build your application quickly.

  • Provides built-in responsive support for all of their components. It helps you to create your app to align and render seamlessly on desktop and mobile devices.

  • Provides built-in support for localization, themes, and validation Product Tour View Demos Documentation

Price: $499

ComponentOne Blazor UI Components

The ComponentOne Blazor Edition provides a set of native UI controls built for Blazor from the ground up, including FlexGrid, our best cross-platform data grid, and several input controls, including AutoComplete, CheckBox, and ComboBox.

Product Highlights

  • Includes FlexGrid, a high-performance datagrid with data virtualization
  • 50+ chart types and data visualization options
  • Input controls include AutoComplete, CheckBox, DatePicker, NumericBox, and ComboBox.

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Price: $895

OpenSource Components for Blazor

Ant Design BlazorA set of enterprise-class UI components based on Ant Design and Blazor. (Docs as Demo).
BlazorFluentUISimple port of FluenUI/Office Fabric React components and style to Blazor. Client-side demo (WebAssembly). Server-side demo (SignalR).
BlazorityBlazor component library based on the Clarity UI design. 30+ components including Datagrid and Tree-view (Docs & Demos).
BlazorStrapMaterial Design components for Blazor. Bootstrap 4 components for Blazor (Demo).
BootstrapBlazorReusable bootstrap components for Blazor. (Docs as Demo).
MatBlazorMaterial Design components for Blazor. (Demo).
MudBlazorMudBlazor is an ambitious Material Design component framework for Blazor with an emphasis on ease of use and clear structure. It 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, fix or extend the framework and the multitude of examples in the documentation makes learning MudBlazor very easy. Documentation. Demo.
Radzen.BlazorNative UI components for Blazor. DataGrid, DataList, Tabs, Dialog and more. (Demo).

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