|Fable - Write Front-End Apps For The Web In F#|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Tuesday, 26 October 2021|
Coding wise, with Fable you can for instance write Promises by either the Pipeline API or using F#'s built-in computation expressions, resulting in code like this:
Fable.Lit is a comprehensive suite of tools to write Fable apps by embedding HTML into your F# code with the power of Google's Lit.
Hawaii-A dotnet CLI tool to generate type-safe F# and Fable clients from OpenAPI/Swagger/OData services.
Fable.Formatting.Markdown-A port of FSharp.Formatting.Markdown for Fable. This will allow you to format markdown into HTML inside your Fable application.
Fable Simple PWA-when you want to build a Progressive Web application using Fable.
Finally and excitingly,down the road there are plans for Fable to target Python and, even further ahead, PHP Rust and Lua!
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 October 2021 )|