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on 2/15/2015 1:38 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News New F# meetups in Johannesburg­, South Africa & Cambridge. FSharp.InteropServices.Dynamic was presented. Akka.NET F# API Alpha version of a Chess type provider is out. Ross McKinlay w[...]
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on 2/13/2015 4:57 AM
Last Time I talked about how to abstract the reading part of event-sourcing into Projections. In this article I will show you how you can compose those without having to playback the events more than once. extending the example Going forward with the ship[...]
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on 2/13/2015 3:43 AM
WebSharper 3.0 is coming with an awesome new feature: automatically parse JSON requests into typed F# values, and reply with JSON just as easily!
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on 2/13/2015 1:29 AM
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on 2/12/2015 10:20 AM
If you had any exposure to the basics of functional programming before you will at once see folds when you look at the playback-side of the event-sourcing pattern. In this post I will explore this idea a bit. being basic Let’s think about what the most ba[...]
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on 2/11/2015 11:03 AM
CloudSharper 0.9.27 is out, with some UI enhancements and the capability to write WebSharper RPC methods in F# interactive.
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on 2/10/2015 6:27 AM
New release of WebSharper 3.0-alpha contains strong typing for all kinds of JavaScript functions and a major update to the Interface Generator API.
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on 2/10/2015 12:40 AM
Now, let me start this post by saying I love XNA/Monogame. XNA was Microsoft’s first (and currently last) attempt to have a first class managed framework for writing games. Luckily the excellent Monogame project has picked up Microsoft’s slack and … Conti[...]
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on 2/8/2015 11:39 PM
Welcome to F# Weekly, A roundup of F# content from this past week: News F# at 21 row of Gartner Programming Language Index for 2014 United Nations uses F# CoreCLR is now on GitHub! Are you working with F# & Machine Learning, or curious about it? Come and [...]
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on 2/8/2015 11:35 AM
In this post, we are going to test the escaped concact/split functions that we implemented last time. Along the way, it will become apparent why F# is an ideal language for writing .NET unit tests. These are the signatures of the two F# fu[...]
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