Blog articles tagged 'fsharp'

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on 10/20/2015 3:51 PM
Writing something in C# and then rewriting it in F#, almost nobody does that. I did.I used to write games in Silverlight. I didn't have any revenu, but I discovered that such projects are fun to do, and that you can pickup a lot of experience with all sor[...]
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on 10/7/2015 6:30 AM
We are happy to announce the availability of WebSharper 3.5, bringing a couple important changes and numerous bug fixes. Most notably, this release brings alternate HTML implementations to your WebSharper applications, and while there are only two at the [...]
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on 10/1/2015 6:09 AM
We are happy to announce the release of WebSharper.Suave, an adapter to run WebSharper applications on Suave.
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on 9/24/2015 3:16 AM
This new release of WebSharper adds the Xamarin Studio addin to the main release channel and introduces checked UI.Next number inputs, among many minor features and bug fixes.
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on 9/8/2015 12:34 AM
This is a minor release of WebSharper UI.Next which provides the OnAfterRender feature from Html.Client.
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on 9/2/2015 6:29 AM
This release introduces features such as lenses to UI.Next and prepares the terrain for UI.Next versions of Formlets and Piglets.
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on 9/1/2015 5:26 AM
Try WebSharper reached an important milestone today: we just released the first bits of on-the-fly typechecking and code completion, and you can now develop F# web snippets, without any installation, online more easily than ever.
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on 8/28/2015 3:46 AM
Read the previous article: FSharpArm - part 1 As the previous article was "current-status". Progress brought new insights, and so the following corrections apply:I develop in VS2015 under Windows, so I didn’t need to install Akka.Net on the RPi; install[...]
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on 8/27/2015 11:44 AM
A while back Scott Wlaschin posted a great blog post on what he called “Railway Oriented Programming.”  It’s a great treatment of a common problem in adopting functional programming; how to handle a chain of functions when one of the functions in the chai[...]
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on 8/20/2015 1:33 PM
As my former boss and mentor used to say, in order to understand recursion one must first understand recursion. This is funny, ha-ha, but if we tweak it slightly we get a really useful statement: in order to understand dynamic programming, one must first [...]
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