Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- If you want to suggest a new feature for the F# addin in Xamarin Studio, remember to add it to user voice.
- Visual F# Power Tools can show you unused open declarations.
- New F# meetup in Toronto.
- Call to F# speakers. Help to put on an F# track at the world’s largest SiliconValley CodeCamp in October.
- A template for F#-branded logos is now part of ProjectScaffold! Download and create a logo for your project.
- WebSharper site was re-styled.
- Dmitry Morozov works on FSharp.Desktop.UI (F# MVC for WPF) and new samples.
- Isaac Abraham is almost ready to introduce queue support to the F# Azure storage type provider.
- ParStream.sortBy is up to 3x faster than PSeq.sortBy.
Core and Lang News
- Visual F# Tools will be moving to GitHub!
- Try out the latest preview release of F# 3.1.2 and help Visual F# team to ensure that it is ready for release!
- The most elegant PR to F# Compiler.
- Feedback wanted: if you downloaded the F# preview, did you use F# from within VS or from the shell?
- Want to work on F#? Well here is an issue to whet your appetite “Object Initializer Intellisense Broken“.
- Interested in improving F# and easing F#-C# interop? This issue is for you “Improve optional parameter interop between F# and C#“.
- Steffen Forkmann proposed a FAKE build script for Visual F#.
- “Tackle UI with Reactive DOM in F# and WebSharper” by Anton Tayanovskyy.
- “Doing Data Science with F#” by Tomas Petricek.
- “モナドハンズオン前座 ” by bleis tift.
- Simon Fowler wrote “WebSharper.UI.Next: An Introduction“.
- Jamie Dixon blogged “Neural Network Part 2: Perceptrons“.
- Sergey Tihon wrote “F# Kung Fu #4: Avoid using relative paths in #r directives“.
- Rahul Garg published “F# microbenchmark study“.
- Miguel de Icaza published “Mono’s performance team“.
- Phil Trelford blogged “My First Xamarin Mobile App“.
- Ronnie Holm posted “Trustpilot challenge: dictionary-based multi-word anagram solver with a twist“.
- Anton Tayanovskyy wrote “WebSharper.UI.Next: Declarative Animation“.
- Sergio De Simone posted “F# Native App Development on iOS and Android“.
- Tim Sneed blogged “Building an F# app using Xamarin“.
- Bernard Hsu posted “Calling Fortran assemblies from .NET“.
- Simon Fowler wrote about “Structuring Web Applications with WebSharper.UI.Next“.
- Anton Tayanovskyy posted “The fatal attraction of FRP“.
- Tim Sneed wrote about “Add a refresh navigation button to your xamarin F# app“.
- Cameron Taggart published “Complete Graph on Android“.
- Matt Button shared “A Basic Stock Trading Backtesting System For F# Using Ta-Lib And FSharp.Data“.
- Anton Tayanovskyy announced “UI.Next available“.
- Bernard Hsu blogged “Genetics, Evolution of Color, and the French Revolution in F# Xamarin iOS“.
- Michał Łusiak posted “Talking F# in Warsaw“.
- David Tchepak wrote about “F# assertion libraries“.
- Richard Dalton blogged “Learning To Think Functionally: Types, Maps and Sets“.
- Yan Cui posted “Here Be Monsters – Message broker that links all things“.
- Павел Осадчук написал “Разработка приложения на Android с помощью Xamarin и F#“.
- Olivier Dahan published “Programmer en pensant fonctionnel (F#)–Partie 6“.
- masuda wrote about “Xamarin.Forms の XAML を F# から使うために XamlTypeProvider を使う“.
- masuda posted “Xamarin.Forms+F# で Navigation.PushAsync を使うときの注意“.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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