F# Web Tools Rich client/server web applications in F#
Tomas Petricek, Don Syme
Unpublished draft (2007)
"Ajax" programming is becoming a de-facto standard for certain types of web applications, but unfortunately developing this kind of application is a difficult task. Developers have to deal with problems like a language impedance mismatch, limited execution runtime for the code running in web browser on the client-side and no integration between client and server-side parts that are developed as a two independent applications, but typically form a single and homogenous application.
Article and more information
- Download the paper draft (PDF)
- Downlaod talk slides from Microsoft Research
- The source code is no longer maintained, but is available
This is an unreviewed article, but it still has some good ideas and inspired recent projects such as WebSharper and FunScript, so if you want to cite the article, you can use roughly the following:
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If you have any comments, suggestions or related ideas, I'll be happy to hear from you! Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via Twitter at @tomaspetricek.
Published: Monday, 30 April 2007, 12:00 AM
Author: Tomas Petricek
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