Alright, time to tell everyone about an #opensource library I've been working on for UI Testing in #dotnet #fsharp
It's a library designed for UI testing by modeling your UI as a state machine. The idea is to model a single page of a web app as a state, and then it creates a directed graph out of it to then randomly navigate through it
And the accompanying blog post explaining a little why I created it: https://hashset.dev/article/12_test_your_ui_by_treating_it_as_a_state_machine
Uploaded my first video to #peertube. It's my Introduction to functional programming with F# Meetup talk
This is long overdue, but I finally wrote a blog post about my experience with the F# mentorship program.
My F# Advent Calendar post is live
And the rest of the Advent Calendar:
FSharp.Core targets net standard 2
Parameter indentation no longer as strict
Pretty printing of record types in FSI and tooltips
Also nameof operator (mostly)
All this in .Net Core 3!
It seems really interesting with it's focus on #typescript and much simplified config files, as well as it's built in task runner.
And does anyone know if there's a fuse box dev server Middleware for #aspnetcore similar to webpack dev Middleware?
Im most interested in using it with giraffe and fable.react for some fancy SSR coolness
Full Stack .NET web dev.
Advocate of F# and functional programming
Can plug in a USB plug on the first try (USB-C)
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