You could make your WPF library a WebSharper library by adding WebSharper.targets (check this in a new WebSharper library project), and the following line to your project file:


This would work for ordinary types (unions, etc.) but not for classes that have members - since those would need to be annotated with [<JavaScript>] if you intend to use them on the client side.

By on 10/24/2015 1:40 PM ()
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