Blog articles tagged 'websharper'

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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 8/26/2015 1:16 AM
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on 8/25/2015 11:25 PM
A new release of Try WebSharper is out featuring some enhancements regarding snippet meta-data and embedding.
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on 8/19/2015 1:24 PM
A new Try WebSharper is out adding a couple handy new features and addressing a couple annoyances, making it even more easy to publish your F# and WebSharper snippets.
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on 8/8/2015 7:33 PM
Just four days ago we released Try WebSharper, and here we go with the first feature enhancement: embedding snippets. A huge thanks to Don Syme for suggesting it.
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on 8/7/2015 5:53 AM
I know what's like in the summertime, a bit quiet, so I thought it would be fun to build a Robot Arm, and to control it from a Raspberry Pi using self written F# software. Project goals are: have fun, learn some, and if possible, do a "Sean's dad" trick: [...]
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on 8/6/2015 7:36 AM
The recent release of WebSharper 3.4 also brought an update to most of the project templates shipped for Visual Studio, MonoDevelop, and Xamarin Studio.
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on 8/4/2015 3:46 AM
We are thrilled to announce the availability of Try WebSharper, a simple and fun way to create and share WebSharper snippets with others!
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on 8/3/2015 1:56 AM
In version 3.4, WebSharper UI.Next's markup has been overhauled in order to prepare for the upcoming merger into WebSharper in version 4.0.
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on 8/2/2015 6:06 PM
WebSharper 3.4 is out with a slew of features: new F# 4.0 collection functions, revamped sitelets API, anti-CSRF protection for RPC functions, and a reworked HTML language in UI.Next with server-side capability.
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