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This is because Mono on WASM doesn't yet have any IL stripping or minification, and bundles a large runtime that includes many desktop-related features that are irrelevant on the web.
I expect that a web-optimised production application would be a fraction of this size - hopefully closer to the 300KB.
It's still an ongoing experiment and something production-worthy is still very far off. NET code on top of a Mono runtime that is compiled to wasm.
Currently, this results in a larger than desired payload for a "Hello World" app, says Sanderson: Since moving to the Mono runtime, new Blazor applications have temporarily become huge (~4MB).
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The hybrid compilation model for this project was merged into the Mono project on November 1st, 2017. NET is similar to existing native code methods, and statically compiles the Mono C runtime and the developer's . As of this writing, a sample app using this method downloads 10 MB of code to the user's computer.
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