Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Introducing Fable 2.0 beta
- Tiered Compilation Preview in .NET Core 2.1
- Open Source Community Powers New F# 4.5 Preview
- Is Microsoft serious about F#?
- F# Active pattern library for Roslyn Compiler Platform (C#, VB)
- Using OAuth with Saturn – Krzysztof Cieślak
- Opinionated Fable – Architecture & Performance – Kunjan Dalal
- Give me Monsters! (Part 3) – Mathias Brandewinder
- Why you should use FAKE 5 – Tomasz Heimowski
- How I Use VS Code for Code Highlighting in My Blog – Stuart Lang
- Managed vs Unmanaged code and interop – Michal Franc
- Hosting services in .NET Core console application – Peter Groenewegen
Open source projects
- nojaf/elmish-component – dotnet template for scaffolding Elmish component.
- Zaid-Ajaj/Elmish.SweetAlert – SweetAlert integration for Fable, made with ❤️ to work in Elmish apps.
- kekyo/Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.ActivePatterns – F# Active pattern library for Roslyn Compiler Platform (C#, VB)
- mastoj/Fable.Import.Firebase – Bindings for firebase.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
Previous F# Weekly edition – #30, 2018