If you have a Client-Server WebSharper project, the easiest way is to just use a remote method call to load data asynchronously.

You can't do it on try.websharper, as it does not execute custom server-side code, but there are some sample snippets that get around this by loading data hosted on GitHub, like this one, using D3: https://try.websharper.com/snippet/qwe2/00002i This uses D3's json loading, but you can do this with JQuery.GetJSON too.

Let me know if this helped or you have further questions, thanks!

By on 7/17/2018 8:13 AM ()
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