In ASP.NET Core 6 with Blazor, you can use the RenderFragment and RenderFragment<T> to create components that can infer the component type for child components from a method. This allows you to pass child components as parameters to a parent component and render them dynamically.

Here's how you can do it:

Step 1: Define the parent component with a RenderFragment or RenderFragment<T> parameter:

// ParentComponent.razor @code { private string message = "Hello from Parent Component!"; } <div> <h1>@message</h1> @ChildContent // Render the child component(s) here </div> @code { [Parameter] public RenderFragment ChildContent { get; set; } }

Step 2: Define the child component(s) and use the parent component:

// ChildComponent1.razor <h2>Child Component 1</h2> <p>This is Child Component 1 content.</p>
// ChildComponent2.razor <h2>Child Component 2</h2> <p>This is Child Component 2 content.</p>
// Use the ParentComponent with ChildComponent(s) @page "/use-parent-component" <ParentComponent> <ChildComponent1 /> <!-- Pass ChildComponent1 as a child component to ParentComponent --> <ChildComponent2 /> <!-- Pass ChildComponent2 as a child component to ParentComponent --> </ParentComponent>

In this example, the ParentComponent accepts a RenderFragment named ChildContent as a parameter. When you use ParentComponent in another component (e.g., UseParentComponent), you can pass the child components (e.g., ChildComponent1 and ChildComponent2) as children of ParentComponent. The child components will be rendered inside the ParentComponent at the location where @ChildContent is placed.

This way, you can dynamically pass child components to a parent component and render them as needed. The RenderFragment and RenderFragment<T> provide a powerful way to compose components in Blazor and create reusable, flexible UI elements.

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