Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- F# Advent Calendar in English starts today!!!
- .NET Foundation Swag
- If you like Project Rider and want to use it for F# programming please vote here.
- .NET Core Fable compiler is here.
- Aliases are available in Forge right now.
- JetBrains Rider Early Access Program is now public
- ‘newdecompiler’ architecture info & roadmap
- The week in .NET – .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, EF Core 1.1 – Docker – Xenko
- What’s new in .NET Core 1.1? – Kendra Havens
- Type Driven Development (TDD) and Idiomatic Data Structures – Ramón Soto Mathiesen
- Open Source .NET – 2 years later – Matt Warren
- .NET Standard 2.0 – Making Sense of .NET Again – Rick Strahl
- Using Paket with Azure Functions – Krzysztof Cieślak
- Writing Azure Functions in F# – James Chambers
- Understanding Monads – Ody Mbegbu
- Why F# is the best language for web scraping – Biarity
- The best Functional Programming Blogs and how to get started – Functional Works
- F# Pain Points – Colin Bellmore
- Introducing Fable 0.7 – Alfonso Garcia-Caro
- Build your own Rx Bindings for your favorite UI Framework – Luka Jacobowitz
- Functional Event Sourcing meets The Elm Architecture – Anthony Lloyd
- F# templates for .NET Core and ASP.NET
- FSX file debugging on mono is coming
- New ideas:
Open source projects
- Suave.IIS – Set of helper functions for smooth running Suave.io web server on Internet Information Services (IIS)
- fscx – an alternative F# compiler which enables to replace AST at compile time.
- fsharp-azure-webjob – webjob starter project in fsharp
- Http.fs – a simple, functional HTTP client library for F#
- suave.minify – A minify WebPart for Suave
- Forge 1.2.0 is released adding new Aliases feature
- FSharp.Control.ImperativeAsync 0.2.0
- FSharp.Control.AsyncSeq 2.0.10
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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