My last posts described some special monads in F#. The code is now part of a new project called FSharpx. FSharpx is a library for the .NET platform implementing general functional constructs on top of the F# core library. The idea is that we start merging all these nice little F# open source projects we have and put them under one umbrella.
The project is in an early phase, but itâ€™s really starting to accumulate so much interesting stuff and the number developers who are contributing is rising.
Unfortunately the documentation is not that good at the moment and therefore I want to present a collection of articles which cover some of the related topics:
- Introducing FSharpx by Mauricio Scheffer
- 10 reasons to use the F# runtime in your C# app by Mauricio Scheffer
- Functors by Mauricio Scheffer
- Iteratee by Ryan Riley
- Programming user interfaces using F# workflows by Tomas Petricek
- Authoring Type Providers with the TypeProviderDSL from FSharpx by Dan Mohl
- A Simple AppSettings Type Provider by Dan Mohl
I also recommend you to checkout the test projects. You will find there a lot of interesting samples.
If you find more articles about FSharpx or related topics, then feel free to contact me. I will include them here and in the documentation of the project.Tags: F#, FSharpx