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on 9/15/2020 5:57 AM
Update to Elmish 3.0, improvements to element binders and various fixes.
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on 7/16/2020 2:20 PM
For a long time, I've been thinking about how to design a data visualization library that would make it easier to compose charts from simple components. On the one hand, there are charting libraries like Google Charts, which offer a long list of pre-defin[...]
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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 6/30/2020 5:26 PM
Each year the F# Software Foundation holds elections for its Board of Trustees. The role of the Board is to oversee the vision and mission of the F# Software Foundation, to set the goals, and to appoint officers to run the daily operations as appropriat[...]
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on 6/4/2020 6:03 AM
Black Lives Matter. The F# Software Foundation is horrified by George Floyd's murder. Our mission statement guides us to grow a diverse community. Demanding social justice and racial equity for Black people is directly in line with our mission. Protestors[...]
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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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