F# Weekly #14, 2018 – Microsoft uses​ SAFE as a form of validation for .Net core


Welcome to F# Weekly,

A roundup of F# content from this past week:

News

F# Exchange

Videos & Slides

Blogs

F# vNext

Open source projects

  • CNTK.FSharp – F# utilities to make the CNTK .NET API pleasant to use from the F# scripting environment
  • flatware – Type-safe F# state management (like Elm and Redux) for Blazor
  • safe-dojo – An introductory dojo to learn how to develop full stack web applications in F#
  • altcover – Instrumenting coverage tool for .net/.net core and Mono, emitting NCover or OpenCover
  • panesofglass/trail – ASP.NET Blazor rendering with F#
  • JetBrains/fsharp-support – F# support in JetBrains Rider

New Releases

That’s all for now. Have a great week.

Previous F# Weekly edition – #13, 2018Subscribe

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