For those that enjoy indent based blocks a la or , sometimes things get really weird when the amount of characters in an operator changes how the compiler interprets it:

Alright people. I finally got around to writing an introductory blog post that hopes to explain how to integerate with a giraffe web server and forms as the client.

Boosts appreciated

Alright, time to tell everyone about an library I've been working on for UI Testing in
Scrutiny (
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:

Alright. Just joined the F# Software Foundation and applied to be a
Let's see what happens

I'm finally ready to show off my Personal Blog site. Written from scratch, with the goal of keeping the client side as lightweight as possible:

Please boost.


F# 4.7!

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!

I wonder how many web Developers use [fuse box]( instead of for their Frontend development.

It seems really interesting with it's focus on 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 similar to webpack dev Middleware?

Im most interested in using it with giraffe and fable.react for some fancy SSR coolness

This is the way to properly develop .

Live reload, AND debugging in at the same time

Success! Finally managed to introduce F# in a client project.


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