Welcome to F# Weekly,
A roundup of F# content from this past week:
- Improvements to auth and identity in ASP.NET Core 8 – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- ASP.NET Core Route Tooling Enhancements in .NET 8 – .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- Write a high-quality README for NuGet packages – The NuGet Blog (microsoft.com)
- What’s New in Rider 2023.1 (jetbrains.com)
- Six Labors : Announcing ImageSharp.Web 3.0.0
- Visual Studio Code and GitHub Copilot AI
- Object-Oriented vs. Functional Programming With C# and F# – Recording Available | The .NET Tools Blog
Videos and Slides
- Object-Oriented vs. Functional Programming With C# and F# – YouTube
- Merge Conflict: 351: What are F# Discriminated Unions?
- Migrating Vite to Perla – YouTube
- Fast F#: Anonymous Records – YouTube
- Fast F#: Mapping Domain to Indexes – YouTube
- Computation Expressions and how to (ab)use them – UserGroup.tv
- F# Tutorial: Currying part 2 – YouTube
- F# Tutorial: Why currying is useful – YouTube
- F# Tutorial: Introducing Events – YouTube
- Luca Bolognese An Introduction to Microsoft F# – YouTube
- .NET Monthly .NET Roundup – March 2023 – .NET 8 Preview 2, EF Core updates, and more! – YouTube
- ASP.NET Community Standup – ASP.NET Core Route Tooling Enhancements in .NET 8 – YouTube
- Azure Developers – .NET Day 2023 – YouTube
- Can you use ChatGPT in VS Code?? – YouTube
- Myths about F#: We can’t use F# because we can’t rewrite everything from C#! You don’t have to, use Interop. – planetgeek.ch
- FsHttp and Firebase Auth: A quick demonstration – Dragoș-Andrei Ilieș
- F# support in Rider 2023.1
- F# Language Suggestions:
- artempyanykh/marksman: Write Markdown with code assist and intelligence in the comfort of your favourite editor.
- uwu/mingine: A truly mini physics and game engine for the web
- TheAngryByrd/IcedTasks: F# Cold Tasks and Cancellable Tasks
- fsprojects/Avalonia.FuncUI: Develop cross-plattform GUI Applications using F# and Avalonia!
- veepee-oss/Vp.FSharp.Sql.PostgreSql: F# Wrapper for PostgreSQL using Npgsql and Vp.FSharp.Sql
That’s all for now. Have a great week.
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