We are thrilled to announce the availability of WebSharper 3.2, paving the road to further upcoming enhancements to streamline developing and deploying WebSharper apps, and also shipping several key changes summarized here.
The main highlights of this release are ASP.NET MVC support (including Razor pages), and a lighter syntax to embed client-side controls in sitelets.
This article describes a basic WebSharper client-server application template that you can deploy to Azure via GitHub commits.
Find out how to easily set up a WebSharper application for deployment to Azure.
The recent WebSharper 3 release also saw a number of enhancements to the WebSharper website, including a major reorganization to its content. In this post, I will summarize these, in particular [...]
To match yesterdays's official WebSharper 3 release, we are following up with a CloudSharper update, version 0.9.30. Most importantly, this release comes with updated WebSharper 3 project templates and the new UI.Next project template to make it easy to try out WebSharper 3 online.
This new major release adds a cleaner metaprogramming API, date formatting for JSON API, bug fixes and proxy revisions, among many other changes.
In recent weeks we had been busy with a series of enhancements to the WebSharper website and some underlying FPish services. [more...]
We are finally closing in on the final WebSharper 3.0 with this release candidate.
CloudSharper 0.9.29 is out, with UI enhancements and a number of fixes to the editor.
We have updated the WebSharper Xamarin Studio / MonoDevelop add-in for the latest WebSharper 3.0.36-alpha. It is now easier than ever to get started with WebSharper 3.0 on Mac or Linux!
This is our release candidate API-wise, last batch of breaking changes.
WebSharper 3.0 is coming with an awesome new feature: automatically parse JSON requests into typed F# values, and reply with JSON just as easily!