Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Announcing .NET 7 Preview 6 – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 7 Preview 6 – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- Announcing Rate Limiting for .NET – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- .NET Core 3.1 will reach End of Support on December 13, 2022 – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- Customizing Controls in .NET MAUI – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- .NET Conf: “Focus on MAUI” – August 9, 2022
- AWS announces a streamlined deployment experience for .NET applications | AWS Developer Tools Blog
- Visual Studio for Mac 17.3 Preview 2 is now available – Visual Studio Blog (microsoft.com)
- IEnumerable Debugger Visualizer Improvements – Visual Studio Blog (microsoft.com)
- Analysis Services and Reporting Services extensions for Visual Studio 2022 are here! – Visual Studio Blog
- VS2022 Performance Enhancements: Git Branch Switching – Visual Studio Blog (microsoft.com)
Videos and Slides
- RV.NUG – Of Types and Measures – YouTube
- Merge Conflict: 313: Stop Using Junk In Your Apps
- ASP.NET Community Standup – Blazor: Flavors of State Management with Blazor WebAssembly – YouTube
- Targeting Node, Bun and Deno With F# – Angel Daniel Munoz Gonzalez
- Introducing FsSpec | 5min Dev Essentials (spencerfarley.com)
- Functional programming is finally going mainstream · GitHub
- Darklang Release 3 – Paul Biggar
- F# RFC FS-1127 – Init-only setters and required properties support in F#
- Allow dot notation after body of computation expression without need for parenthesis · Issue #1163
- Init-only and required properties support by vzarytovskii · Pull Request #694 · fsharp/fslang-design · GitHub
- Fix Reference CodeLenses by Krzysztof-Cieslak · Pull Request #1731 · ionide/ionide-vscode-fsharp
- noralambda/fsproj-edit.nvim: fsproj-edit.nvim plugin makes it easier to work with code files and fsproj in f#.
- ionide/Falcon: FSI ♥️ IDE
- houstonhaynes/Fauxlemetry: A console app to emit simulated telemetry traffic
- dotnet/maui: .NET MAUI is the .NET Multi-platform App UI, a framework for building native device applications spanning mobile, tablet, and desktop.
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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