Force-Directed Graph Layout in HTML5 with F# and WebSharper

Do you want to write succinct, type-safe and correct HTML5 web code which is not full of bugs?  Writing Javascript-executing code with F# is appealing for these and other reasons I’ve gone into before, and the open source Pit and WebSharper frameworks give ways to use F# to write HTML5/Javascript code for web and mobile…

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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…

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Functional Programming eXchange 2011, London, March 18, 2011

In a previous blog post I mentioned Simon Cousins and his explanation of why F# programming was effective for his recent enterprise work. Robert Pickering mentions that Simon wil be one of the speakers at the Functional Programming eXchange 2011 on March 18, 2011, speaking on F# in the Enterprise. Other speakers include Simon Peyton Jones,…

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"Entire Websites as First-class F# Values" - Online Tonight, 11am PST

“Entire Websites as First-class F# Values” – Now that’s a catch phrase I like! Adam Granicz is giving a talk on WebSharper sitelets tonight (Dec 21, 11am PST) at the online Community for F#, here is the abstract:   Adam Granicz: Introducing WebSharper Sitelets Abstract: WebSharper sitelets provide the essential mechanism to encapsulate entire websites as…

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