WebSharper – full-stack, functional reactive web programming

WebSharper is a web-programming framework that allows web developers to create and maintain complex JavaScript and HTML5 front-end applications in the F# programming language.

WebSharper includes support for jQuery, HTML5, DOM and EcmaScript.

This is open source and commercial software.

Features include:

  • Functional, reactive applications with WebSharper.UI – bind composite data models to your reactive user interfaces.
  • Functional, composable web server:
    • Safe HTML templating – serve HTML content from template files, with strongly typed access to fill in holes..
    • Compose HTML – generate HTML from C#/F# with a clean syntax.
    • Inlined client mode – have event handlers and client-generated content in C#/F# right inside your server-side code, auto-translated to JavaScript.
    • Declarative routing -parse requests and write links using C#/F# types automatically.
    • Customizable JSON format – parse and generate JSON based on the shape and attributes of your data type.
    • Generate static sites – output HTML+JS into a folder, all set up to work without WebSharper’s server runtime.
  • JavaScript compiler and utilities
  • Seamless client-server interaction

Website: websharper.com
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Intellifactory
License: Apache License 2.0

WebSharper is written in F#. Learn F# with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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