Retargeting F# for the web: from JS to WebAssembly



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Retargeting F# for the web: from JS to WebAssembly. I'll walk through some of the basics that make WebSharper an immensely productive tool to develop microservices, SPAs, and full-stack client-server applications in your favourite .NET language
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WebSharper is an open-source full-stack, functional-first web framework for F# and C# that runs on top of ASP.NET Core. It features F# and C# transpilers to JavaScript, extensible bindings to JavaScript libraries, and various server and client-side abstractions (MVU, reactive HTML, etc.) for type-safe web development. In this session, I'll walk through some of the basics that make WebSharper an immensely productive tool to develop microservices, SPAs, and full-stack client-server applications in your favourite .NET language, and cover how you can combine and/or migrate some of your WebSharper apps to run in WebAssembly with Bolero, a set of F# web abstractions for Blazor. Functional-first .NET web development has never been easier!

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