New England F# User Group / Developing WebSharper 2.0 Applications

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In this talk Anton will present a pre-release version of WebSharper 2.0 by developing and testing a small standalone JavaScript component. Anton will demonstrate that WebSharper 2.0 gives as much flexibility and runtime efficiency as coding JavaScript by hand, while also providing static typing, IDE integration and standard library support. We will have a look at using JavaScript idioms from within WebSharper, controlling the shape of the generated code, debugging, unit testing and deploying the components. Anton will also briefly mention the new optimizations available in WebSharper 2.0.

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