With this new release of CloudSharper, we are starting the move of CloudSharper towards more and more online publication and sharing capabilities.
We are happy to announce the release of a WebSharper binding for Leafletjs, a library that makes it easy to display and work with maps such as OpenStreetMap.
This release makes it even more convenient to build Ext JS and Sencha Touch applications with WebSharper.
This minor release of CloudSharper alpha focuses on a few long-standing bug fixes, as well as the addition of the "Search and replace" functionality in the editor.
Are you an F# user on Mac OS or Linux, looking for the easiest way to develop multi-project F# solutions with full code assistance and type checking? Would you like to use F# Interactive for developing and testing parts of your web applications interactively? Would you like to benefit from the multitude of web libraries in your development environment? Well, if yes - look no further, CloudSharper, the world's most versatile online IDE has arrived to Mac and Linux!
A bugfix release of CloudSharper in preparation for the upcoming remote multi-user server feature.
This is a bugfix release, the most important fix being the fsi interactive features.
This release continues our efforts to require fewer dependencies on your machine before you can use CloudSharper. In earlier releases, various CloudSharper templates (most notably, the WebSharper Sitelet Website template) required .targets files that were part of Visual Studio. This dependency is now eliminated.
We are happy to announce CloudSharper Local alpha 0.9.8, encapsulating the latest enhancements to the F# compiler service and delivering several bug fixes to CloudSharper's msbuild support.
We are happy to announce the latest release of CloudSharper, version 0.9.7, bringing a new type checking and code assistance engine for F# projects. This last week we have been working hard on moving CloudSharper to FCS (FSharp.Compiler.Service), and with this current release much of the migration work is completed. As a result, the type checker in F# projects is considerably faster, and code assistance features are available in more locations that in previous CloudSharper releases.
F# 3.x Query Expressions are a nice piece of syntactic sugar, but they are notably difficult to compose. This article discusses the auto-quoting mechanism of query expressions and how it can be leveraged to implement not-too-clunky composition.