Running F# in WebAssembly with Bolero | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, .NET Core, aft-net, asp .net, Developer Tools, devtools, F#, Frameworks, Web applications

In this episode, you will learn how to run F# code in WebAssembly in the browser using an open source framework called Bolero. [01:13] – What is the goal of WebAssembly? [04:46] – Introducing Bolero [08:14] – How F# executes in the browser? [15:03] – Supported Bolero programming models [27:55] – Learning more about Bolero […]

Coding F# in Visual Studio Code with Ionide | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Coding, coding tools, Developer Tools, devtools, F#, Visual Studio Code

In this episode, Phillip Carter sits down with Cecil to talk about the Ionide extension for Visual Studio Code. Ionide has tons of great features for F# developers working in Visual Studio code such as autocomplete, packet integration, syntax highlighting and much more. [00:55] – Introducing Ionide [03:11] – Getting started with Ionide [04:16] – F# […]

TWC9: GitHub GLB-Director Goes OSS, F# 4.5, Alexa and Cortana Together, and more | This Week On Channel 9

Posted on Posted in Azure, F#, GitHub, Ignite, Xamarin

This Week on Channel 9, Christina is back (with an episode recorded a day early) with a rundown of the latest developer news, including: [00:39] Microsoft Ignite 2018 Registration Open [00:59] GopherCon 2018 [01:15] GitHub Open Sources GLB Director and the GLB Director project on GitHub [02:24] Alexa and Cortana Working Together in Public Preview also check out Amazon’s blog and Tom Warren’s hands-on at The […]

What's new in F# | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, F#

F# is a functional programming language that runs on .NET. It has a great community behind it, and now comes included with .NET Core. In this episode, Phillip Carter (@_cartermp) joins Rich (@runfaster2000) to talk about what is new for the F# language. Phillip talks about where F# fits in the family of .NET languages […]