Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Is F# dead? (We do not think so 😉
- After so many years, still no .NET Native nor proper UWP support for F#
- NuGet.Server is released with SemVer 2.0.0 support
- What’s Nu in NuGet with Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3?
- Announcing WebSharper 4 Release Candidate
- New book: Learning Basics of Functional Programming by Onur Gumus
- New course: F# Programming Language & Xamarin Android with F#
- Getting Started with Windows Containers
- Issues with .NET Standard 2.0 with .NET Framework & NuGet
- Rider 2017.2 EAP brings .NET Core 2.0, MSTest, and more
Videos & Slides
- .NET Rocks: F# for C# Developers with Scott Wlaschin
- Let’s Write “let” in F# – Michael Gilliland
- Blockchain (using NBitcoin and FSharp) – Tuomas Hietanen
- Machine learning (using Accord.NET and FSharp)– Tuomas Hietanen
- Elm Europe 2017 – Richard Feldman – Scaling Elm Apps
- There and Back Again – Andrea Vallotti
- .NET Standard for mobile is here! – Sam Williams
- There is no such thing as a free Free monad – Marcin Malinowski
- Exploring F# for Domain Driven Design – Erik Sacré
- Getting started with programming and getting absolutely nowhere (Part 7) – Elliott V. Brown
- HackerRank solutions by Alex Netkachov:
- WIP: Visual F# Formatting Service
- Portable pdb debugger for F# is a nice improvement over the mono debugger.
Open source projects
- linux-intro-course – A gentle introduction to programming networked services on linux
- scotch – Scotch is a .NET library for recording and replaying HTTP interactions in your test suite, it is inspired by the VCR ruby gem.
- nfa-to-dfa – A Non-Deterministic to Deterministic Finite Automaton converter implemented in F#
- fable-elmish/debugger – Time-traveling debugger and import export for Elmish apps
- RazorPagesFSharp – The standard Razor Pages template published by Microsoft but converted from a C# project to an F# project.
- Fable 1.2
- Gjallarhorn 1.0.1
- Gjallarhorn. Bindable.Wpf 1.0.0-beta4
- Fable.Chessie 0.1.1
- Suave v2.3.0-beta
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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