Carl Nolan’s ramblings on development
Over the past few months I have posted up a few Project and Item Templates for F#. Here is a quick summary of those templates.
The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery:
When the template is installed you get the following template added to your F# folder when creating a new F# project:
The Project Template creates a Windows Console Application with the following components:
The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery at:
This extension creates a file called AssemblyInfo.fs, that contains the standard assembly definitions usually associated with other programming languages.
Once this assembly information file is included in your project, you will be able to see the usual property definitions associated with the assembly:
This template creates a Windows Library with a simple class definition. The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery:
This template also defines several Item Templates for creating the following project items:
This template that provides the elements for the creation windows service in F#. The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery:
This template provides several projects elements:
The MyService.fs source file provides the implementation of the service. The template code provides the structure for the OnStart and OnStop methods and shows how an EventLog can be created and referenced:
This template is for an F# WinForms application. This template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery:
This template that defines two project elements:
The MyForm.fs file provides the structure for a type derived from Form. It demonstrates the Form definition providing placeholders for adding forms to the control and hooking up both form and control events.