F# Weekly #38, 2016

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F# Weekly #37, 2016

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F# Weekly #36, 2016

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  • dsyme/fsharp-presentations – Archive of some F# presentations over the years
  • fable-electron – Fable bindings and samples for Github Electron
  • SourceCodeTypeProvider – F# provided types generated from C# or F# source code
  • HttpFs.Auth0 – provides constructs which make it easier to use Auth0 when interacting with protected APIs.
  • Hopac.Plus – A collection of utilities that encapsulate common concurrency patterns and constructs for use with the Hopac concurrency library.
  • FSharpPerf

New Releases

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F# Weekly #35, 2016

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TypeShape: Practical Generic Programming in F#

Hmmm…

Eirik Tsarpalis' blog

Last week I announced a new library, TypeShape, with claims that it provides a practical way of doing generic programming in F#. I’m following up with this blog post to elaborate why I believe this to be genuinely useful, and how it could benefit the day-to-day life of the working .NET developer.

The pain of Reflection

Almost everybody who has worked with .NET will at some point need to dabble in the murky ways of reflection. Reflection is needed in scenaria where we need to access data in an indirect fashion, or where circumvention of the type system is necessary.

For example, assume that we have defined the following static method

Assume now that we would like invoke that method, with a value whose type cannot be known at compile time. In other words, we want to define a function

which takes an input of type obj and invokes the generic method…

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Wire – Writing one of the fastest .NET serializers

Worth to try

Roger Johansson Blog

First of all, there is no such thing as “the fastest” serializer, it is all contextual.
But under some conditions, I would however argue that Wire is, by far, the fastest of all the .NET serializers out there.

Given the following POCO type.

Round tripping one million objects of this type, that is, serializing and then deserializing a million objects using Wire with all optimizations on, completes in about 550 milliseconds on my personal laptop.

Doing the same using MS Bond, which is the second fastest serializer in the benchmark, takes about 830 milliseconds, and this is while being very generous to Bond as it has some very specific prerequisites.
Protobuf.NET which is the third serializer on this benchmark completes in about 1360 milliseconds.

Other serializers that was included in the same benchmark was Jil, NetSerializer, FS Pickler, Json.NET and .NET BinaryFormatter.

Just…

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F# Weekly #34, 2016

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F# Weekly #33, 2016

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F# Weekly #32, 2016

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