This release of WebSharper streamlines a lot of the namespaces, making it more intuitive to use than ever. It is a breaking update, and this article describes all the (mostly trivial) changes that need to be done to existing projects.
This is our first release of WebSharper 3.0-alpha with a new feature: source mapping.
The first batch of WebSharper 3.0 releases has just hit NuGet, together with the Visual Studio extension. The build system has been updated to build correctly on Mono. Work has also started on new features and API enhancements.
WebSharper sources and issues have moved from BitBucket to GitHub.
We are super excited to announce that as of the very latest 3.0-alpha commit, WebSharper is now available under the Apache 2.0 license, free of charge to anyone, for both closed and open source applications!
A new Visual Studio template has been added to the latest Visual Studio installer called "Self-Hosted Client-Server Application," and you can use this template to build OWIN-based self-hosted applications that can be deployed via an .exe file and without requiring an installed web container (IIS, etc.) on the serving machine.
This release of CloudSharper adds configuration options for the local service's web server and the workspaces directory.