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!