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Building an OData service in F# using Entity & Suave – Gazette 007
written by Tamizh Vendanmore>>
Fable, the compiler that emits JS you can be proud of! – Gazette 006
written by Alfonso Garcia-Caromore>>
The Power of Partial Application Pt 1 – Gazette 003
written by Scott Wlaschinmore>>
Running titles and accumulators with F# – Gazette 002
written by Isaac Abrahammore>>
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This free tutorial will teach you how to implement an OData service in F# using Entity Framework and Suave, using best practice for building RESTful APIs.read more >
What makes Fable different? It’s a lightweight tool which won’t try much more than compiling
your F# code to JS, but with a philosophy similar to TypeScript. That is, staying as
close as possible to JS and generate idiomatic code, to take full advantage of the great
JS development tools available.
Type inference is one of the features of F# that becomes newest programmer’s favorite…read more >
F# the most highly paid tech worldwide in 2016, but it’s not just for finance. The results of the 2016 Stack Overflow Developer Survey are in! F# came out as the single most highly paid tech worldwide and is amongst the third top paying techs in the US. Not just for finance: the advantages of F# … Continue reading F# the most highly paid tech worldwide in 2016, but it’s not just for finance.read more >
F# Exchange 2016 was a very well put together event, if you missed it don’t worry, in this article there are links to all the videos and my brief overview on some of the sessions. Be sure the watch them all and learn from some of the most respected professionals in the growing F# community.read more >
Some functional programming principles can seem bizarre and hard to understand when you first encounter them, but are immensely powerful when you master them. In part 2 of this article we’ll look at some further examples of “partial application” and see how it can be used in practice.read more >
Some functional programming principles can seem bizarre and hard to understand when you first encounter them, but are immensely powerful when you master them. In this article we’ll look at the technique called “partial application” and see how it can be used in practice.read more >
A common issue that developers that come from an OO background struggle with is how to effectively create accumulations over sequences of data without resorting to mutable state in an effective and succinct style.read more >
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