Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'informatik'

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on 8/6/2016 8:04 AM
TL;DR available at the bottom of the post. “A React Native App is a Real Mobile App” With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”. You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app built using Obj[...]
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on 4/25/2016 6:44 AM
Giving good error messages is very important for modern compilers. The language Elm is famous for giving excellent user-friendly error messages. Parts of the F# community decided to improve the F# compiler messages as well. We want to make that a communit[...]
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on 3/21/2016 9:57 AM
A couple of days ago I tried to fix a bug in the .NET/mono dependency manager “Paket“. The bug was a really strange edge case in Paket’s resolver algorithm that resulted in a false positive conflict (an overview about the algorithm can be found here). In [...]
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on 1/15/2014 5:40 AM
As part of a longer process of making FSharpx better maintainable I created a new project called FSharp.Configuration. It contains type providers for the configuration of .NET projects: AppSettings (extracted from FSharpx) ResX (by Phil Trelford) Yaml (by[...]
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on 1/14/2014 3:29 AM
I’m happy to annouce the new release of the FSharpx.Collections package on nuget. Most important changes: We extracted all collections into a new repositiory. We have documentation and samples (even for C#). PersistentVector<T> doesn’t require equality co[...]
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on 4/3/2013 10:43 AM
Triggered by a short tweet by Tomas Petricek and a blog post by Don Syme I had a couple of conservations about null as a value, Null as a type (Nothing in Scala), the null object pattern and the Maybe monad (or Option type in F#). I decided to share my op[...]
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on 12/11/2012 5:12 AM
As programmers we often want to express that a special property holds for a method, e.g. we want to say that the associativity law holds for list concatenation. In F# we could define a concat method like this: As programmers we could write a couple of uni[...]
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on 9/13/2012 2:24 AM
After the official Visual Studio 2012 launch yesterday I think it’s a good idea to announce two new type providers which are based on the DGMLTypeProvider from the F# 3.0 Sample Pack. Synchronous and asynchronous state machine The first one is only a smal[...]
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