F# and HTML5: WebSharper Professional 2.2 Released

Adam over at Intellifactory has announced the release of WebSharper Professional 2.2. Congratulations to Adam and the team on this milestone release, which builds on F# in innovative ways. 

You can take a look at the samples of developing HTML5 applications in the succinct, powerful, strongly typed language F#. It executes as JavaScript, but it’s not hard to imagine that coding feels much more “real” with strong types, intellisense, Visual Studio and all the elegance of functional programming.

Here’s the start of Adam’s blog entry, and here is WebSharper’s glossy new home page.

Today we are very excited to announce the availability of the final release of WebSharper Professional (version 2.2.x), the premiere web development framework for F# developers, combining the strengths of functional programming with robust and composable web programming abstractions such as formlets and sitelets that unrival the capabilities of any other web framework. This release follows many long months of hard work and sleepless nights and overall signifies a major new addition to the WebSharper family.

Comments (1)

  1. Dmitri says:

    Congratulations are indeed in order!