Anniversary edition of F# Weekly #43, 2014 – Two years together

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Dear all,

Thank you for being with us during these two years, reading the news and participating in community life. Thank you to everyone who contributed to F# Community Projects and Visual F#. I hope you will stay with us and I will be glad to see new faces next year.

A roundup of F# content from this past week:

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That’s all for now.  Have a great week.

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F# Weekly #42, 2014

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F# Weekly #39-41, 2014

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Paket – dependency manager for .NET & Mono!

Paket is an alternative alternative dependency manager that replace nuget.exe in your repository and enables precise control over your dependencies. Features:

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F# Weekly #38, 2014

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F# Weekly #37, 2014

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F# Weekly #36, 2014

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Lightweight websites with F#

Originally posted on The Cockney Coder:

There are several common approaches I’ve seen people take on the .NET platform when writing web-based applications that I want to review in terms of language and framework choice: -

  • Adopt a conventional MVC application approach. Write static HTML that is emitted from the server using e.g. Razor markup + C# / VB .NET, write your controllers and any back-end logic in C#.
  • As above, but replace your back-end logic with F#. This is a reasonable first step to take, because essentially all your data access “back-end” processing are performed in a language that it’s best suited for, whilst your C# is relegated to essentially thin controllers and some simple markup logic.
  • Adopt a “SPA”-style approach. But this I mean split your web application into two distinct applications – a client-side application that is self-managing, typically using Javascript and some framework like Knockout or AngularJS; meanwhile your back-end is a…

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F# Weekly #35, 2014

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F# Weekly #34, 2014

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