Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Preview 1 is now available! – Visual Studio Blog (microsoft.com)
- Custom deployment layout for Blazor WebAssembly apps – ASP.NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- VS Code in the browser for everyone (gitpod.io)
- Microsoft Releases .NET MAUI Compatibility Packages for the Xamarin Community Toolkit
- PSA: Plotly.NET 2.0 is coming soon!
- ReSharper 2021.3 Starts Early Access Program!
- Blazor updates for .NET 6 using Visual Studio 2022
Videos and Slides
- .NET Rocks #1759: Code that Fits in Your Head with Mark Seemann
- DateOnly and TimeOnly in .NET 6 (#222) – YouTube
- ASP.NET Community Standup – Contributing to ASP.NET Core – YouTube
- .NET 7 Planning with themesof.net – YouTube
- Migration to ASP.NET Core in .NET 6 – David Fowler
- Server Sent Events with Saturn and FSharp – Angel D. Munoz
- Creating a Chrome Extension in F# Using Sutil
- From Domain types to SQL tables – Akash Mair
- Looking inside ConfigurationManager in .NET 6: Exploring .NET Core 6 – Part 1 – Andrew Lock
- Fix two bugs related to tasks by dsyme · Pull Request #12195 · dotnet/fsharp
- F# RFC FS-1081 – Extend fixed expressions to support byref types and types implementing GetPinnableReference()
- Azure/AAD.fs: F# WebAPI endpoint protection based on Azure AD roles
- microsoft/crn-engine: Tools for programming chemical reaction networks (CRN), DNA strand-displacement circuits (DSD) and genetically engineered circuits (GEC).
- PragmaticFlow/NBomber: Modern and flexible load testing framework for Pull and Push scenarios, designed to test any system regardless a protocol (HTTP/WebSockets/AMQP etc) or a semantic model (Pull/Push).
- AngelMunoz/Perla: A cross-platform tool for unbundled front-end development that doesn’t depend on Node or requires you to install a complex toolchain
- Fable.Lit 1.0
- Dapper.FSharp 3.0.0
- FSharp.Core 6.0.0
- MathNet.Numerics.FSharp 4.15.0
- MessagePack.FSharpExtensions 3.0.0
- Sutil 1.0.0-beta-008
- MiniScaffold 0.29.0
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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