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  • Blog Post: Force-Directed Graph Layout in HTML5 with F# and WebSharper

    Do you want to write succinct, type-safe and correct HTML5 web code which is not full of bugs ? Writing Javascript-executing code with F# is appealing for these and other reasons I've gone into before, and the open source Pit and WebSharper frameworks give ways to use F# to write HTML5/Javascript code...
  • Blog Post: F#, WebSharper, JavaScript, HTML5, Mobile etc.

    I'm catching up on blogging about what's been going on in F# lately. One thing that happened over the vacation is that the F# HTML5/Mobile development tool called WebSharper is now open source, and free for use for open source projects ( details on the site ). There is also a community project called...
  • Blog Post: F# and HTML5: WebSharper Professional 2.2 Released

    Adam over at Intellifactory has announced the release of WebSharper Professional 2.2 . Congratulations to Adam and the team on this milestone release, which builds on F# in innovative ways. You can take a look at the samples of developing HTML5 applications in the succinct, powerful, strongly typed...
  • Blog Post: "Entire Websites as First-class F# Values" - Online Tonight, 11am PST

    "Entire Websites as First-class F# Values" - Now that's a catch phrase I like! Adam Granicz is giving a talk on WebSharper sitelets tonight (Dec 21, 11am PST) at the online Community for F# , here is the abstract: Adam Granicz: Introducing WebSharper Sitelets Abstract: WebSharper sitelets...
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