on 10/6/2013 10:13 AM
The Elm programming language has some fun game samples including Mario. Elm’s syntax is quite similar to F#’s so it turned out quite easy to port the Mario sample and use FunScript to compile the F# code to JavaScript: Use the cursor keys to move Mario. FunScript With F# and FunScript you get to use Visual Studio (Windows) or Xamarin Studio (Mac), and get Intellisense over your code and JavaScript libraries via a Type Provider to TypeScript declaration files, which is nice. The sample uses an F# rec[...]
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