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on 7/8/2020 3:15 AM
Switching to System.Text.Json, using Blazor fragments, URL encoding in the router and more.
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on 5/22/2020 10:23 PM
Updated to Blazor 3.2.0 final release, with improvements to server-side hosting and component attributes.
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on 4/21/2020 6:42 AM
Most real-world programming languages are too complex to be studied using formal methods. For this reason, academics often work with simple theoretical languages instead. The λ-calculus is a simple formal language that is often used for talking about func[...]
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on 4/7/2020 3:13 PM
Despite having the term science in its name, it is not always clear what kind of discipline computer science actually is. Research on programming is sometimes like science, sometimes like mathematics, sometimes like engineering, sometimes like design and [...]
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on 3/23/2020 3:13 AM
Updated for .NET Core 3.1 and Blazor 3.2, introducing lazy components, improved data binders, and more.
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on 2/24/2020 6:10 AM
Normally, your Windows services should finish within seconds of Windows telling them that it’s time to quit. However, in some (hopefully rare) cases, you might need several minutes to make a clean exit, much to the disgust of your users. Since ServiceBase[...]
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on 1/28/2020 2:18 PM
I’ll soon publish a post about how to give your Windows Service lots of time to finish cleanly (by the way, needing all that time is something you should avoid unless you have an exceptionally good excuse to do so). Before doing so, I thought it a good id[...]
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on 1/16/2020 9:18 AM
In my previous article about "F# metablogging: introducing BlogEngine for your static markdown-based F# blog", I briefly outlined a quick strategy to switch a WebSharper HTML project to a hosted, client-server app, and vice versa. In this article, I will [...]
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on 1/1/2020 6:43 PM
Happy New Year from the F# Software Foundation! The New Year is traditionally a time to reflect on the year past, and make plans for the year ahead. As we recently started to publish quarterly updates to keep you all regularly updated on what we have been[...]
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on 12/26/2019 11:10 AM
In this article, I want to show you another way of keeping your SSG in F#: using WebSharper. Armed with the full power of a .NET web framework and its templating features (see the HTML templates section), this has numerous advantages, most importantly, am[...]
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