This release improves client-side parallel and asynchronous programming in F# and C#.
With this release, mono is not required during compile time anymore.
This minor release brings bug fixes and a few features to WebSharper and UI.
In this tutorial, you will learn about using WebSharper UI to implement a simple Model-View-Update (MVU) application pattern, similar to the Elm architecture. In subsequent tutorials, you will learn about enhancing this pattern to a full-scale application development architecture (The WebSharper Architecture) that has superior performance and sufficient flexibility to implement any type of web application.
This is a minor feature release of WebSharper.UI, out-of-band from WebSharper.
Congratulations on taking the first step to learn WebSharper! We have carefully put together this hands-on tutorial with the aim to help you get started with WebSharper and on your way to learn functional, reactive web development, putting you on a fast track to unleash the real web developer in you. The skills you pick up with WebSharper will make you a better web developer, and the concepts you learn will remain valid and useful with other functional, reactive web frameworks and libraries as well.
The main highlight of this release is in-document template binding, a client-side feature which treats the whole document as a template to be filled.
Today we are releasing WebSharper.AspNetMvc 4.2.0, with a simplified API.
WebSharper 4.1.6 has F# query on the client and net4x builds not depending on netstandard
Reactive code can be just as clear and readable as static code with this new WebSharper.UI feature!