The annual CUFP workshop is a place where people can see how others are using functional programming to solve real world problems; where practitioners meet and collaborate; where language designers and users can share ideas about the future of their favorite language; and where one can learn practical techniques and approaches for putting functional programming to work.
You may have heard that Don, Antonio and I have teamed up again to work on Expert F# 3.0, doing a comprehensive update with quite a bit of changes, and adding a good amount of new material to the book's first and second edition. [more]
A few days ago, I blogged about WebSharper 2.4 Q2 Beta, announcing a handful of important changes to WebSharper. Today, we are happy to announce the general availability of WebSharper 2.4 Q2, available from the WebSharper downloads page.
We recently rolled out a few enhancements on FPish. The main highlights are blog comments and tweet functionality.
We have been working hard to bring you WebSharper 2.4 Q2 - and today we are happy to announce the availability of the the first beta (2.4.46)... [more]
Since the beginning FPish has allowed Authors to aggregate their blogs. We are now going a step further by allowing you to write blog articles on FPish.
This release ships the preliminary support for mobile devices, a new WebSharper component we call WebSharper Mobile. [more...]
Back in 2004 when we founded IntelliFactory to do commercial F# development, there were just a few dozen people who have heard about F# worldwide. When pitching to various companies or talking informally about what we do I usually met with total utter disbelief - how could a company that specializes in something unknown ever succeed? [...]
The WebSharper Extensions for Bing Maps has been updated to reflect the last changes in the 7.0 API. Among notable additions are Directions, a simplified interface to the Routes REST API, Traffic and VenueMaps, as well as the possibility to implement your own extension modules.
We have been pretty busy these past few months working on a number of enhancements to WebSharper for its 2011 Q2 milestone - and I am happy to announce that the new 2.3 release is now out for public consumption. [more...]
At DemoJS, a demoparty dedicated to web technologies that took place this weekend in Paris, a demo coded with WebSharper was released.
We translated the snooker game sample from the official O3D website to WebSharper. The result is on par with the original in terms of performance, with 25% shorter source code and extra code safety.
Since we released WebSharper Professional last week, we received ~200 requests about extending prior trial versions that expired. As it turns out WebSharper Professional has been in beta for several months and the first users who opted in to try it were now unable to check out the final release due to expired trial licenses. [...]
Today we are very excited to announce the availability of the final release of WebSharper Professional (version 2.2.x), the premiere web development framework for F# developers, combining the strengths of functional programming with robust and composable web programming abstractions such as formlets and sitelets that unrival the capabilities of any other web framework. This release follows many long months of hard work and sleepless nights and overall signifies a major new addition to the WebSharper family.
Have you ever wanted to give your F# library users a nice and clean API documentation but didn't have the right tools to create it? Or you have tried all kinds of API documentation tools and none of them worked for your F# assemblies? Well, now you have to look no further - we have the perfect tool for you: ApiStack.net.