Bolero 0.9 released

Release for .NET Core 3.0 RTM, introducing page models!

Your first Bolero project not compiling? Try this!

The Bolero homepage starts off with a video that shows you how to create your first client-server app with three simple commands, ...

Bolero 0.7 released

Updated for Blazor 3.0-preview7

Bolero 0.5 released for Blazor 3.0-preview

Updated to the latest and greatest Blazor and .NET Core

Bolero 0.4 released with remote authentication

Authenticate users and authorize remote functions with standard ASP.NET Core auth.

WebSharper 4.5.9 released with F# anonymous record support

WebSharper 4.5.9 has client-side support for F# anonymous records and build fixes.

WebSharper 4.5.8 released with Visual Studio 2019 support

WebSharper 4.5.8 has client-side support for FSharp.Core 4.6 functions and templates for VS2019

Bolero 0.3 released with HTML template hot reloading

Designing a Bolero page is much quicker with HTML content live editing.

Bolero 0.2 released with improved routing

You can now specify full path templates for routers.

Announcing Try F# on WebAssembly

Just a short week ago, we announced the first release of Bolero, enabling full-stack F# web development on WebAssembly. Since then we have been working on a small side project to see what it would take to implement a fully client-side implementation of the F# compiler: basically, to embed FSharp.Compiler.Services (FCS) in a small Bolero application.

Announcing Bolero: F# tools for WebAssembly

A new library to create F# web applications in WebAssembly via Blazor.

From enterprise to next-generation web: celebrating 11 years with WebSharper

A brief outline of the historical circumstances around WebSharper (just some notes in no particular order) that **position it for a bright future outlook**, and a quick glimple of what we are working on with it to advance the current state of F# web programming.

WebSharper 4.5.5 released

Introducing dynamic templates for WebSharper.UI

WebSharper 4.5.4 released

This minor release adds sitelet CORS support, drops jQuery from UI's dependencies and fixes a number of issues.

WebSharper 4.5.2 released with new AspNetCore API

This includes a more idiomatic API for WebSharper.AspNetCore.

WebSharper.React: new and improved!

The new release makes it easy to use React in F#