Tag Archives: fsharp

F# vs C#: a performance comparison with BenchmarkDotNet

Ever since I became interested in functional programming, I’ve read and heard multiple times something along the lines of “F# (or functional programming in general) is slow and that’s why… Read more »

Being REST-like in WebSharper – Part 2

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Today I will take up where I left off last time and flesh out my PizzaManager REST-like API a bit. But before I start, I promised last time that I… Read more »

Overview of WebSharper’s templating engine – Part 2, Data holes

This is the second post of our series dedicated to WebSharper’s templating engine. In the first and previous post, we introduced the concept of text holes, a very simple but… Read more »

Overview of WebSharper’s templating engine – Part 1, Text holes

In the previous Hello WebSharper post i intentionally left a few questions unanswered: What is the role of the Main.html file in the project? What solutions does WebSharper offer do… Read more »

Are you Polish? F# will tell us (probably)! Part 2/2

In yesterday’s post we had our first glance at F# and how we would use it to answer the question that is on everyone’s lips: is your surname Polish? In… Read more »

Are you Polish? F# will tell us (probably)!

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In my previous post I created a small Hello, World! web application using WebSharper. As F# is predominant in WebSharper, I figured I’d write a few posts about the language… Read more »

Hello, WebSharper!

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In my previous post I was explaining why I chose WebSharper as my main topic for DSP 2017. If you haven’t read it yet, here’s the short answer: full-stack Web… Read more »