While Fabulous provides a great way to build Xamarin.Forms apps with F# and The Elm Architecture, there has been no such opportunity for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android. Yet. Here it comes.
MVU (also known as The Elm Architecture) seems to be one of those things which are a mystery to most of us. Until all of a sudden, we understand it and never wanna miss it again. It's not all that complicated.
About the importance of understanding and speaking the language of your customers.
The world of mobile app development clearly is dominated by object-oriented concepts. But does it have to be that way forever? This article discusses three different approaches to write Xamarin apps in F#.
While F# is a functional language that can be used in an imperative and object-oriented style, C# is often claimed to work the other way around.
F# is a strongly-typed so-called general purpose programming language running on the .NET platform. Unless other popular .NET languages such as C#, it explicitly favors a functional-first programming style.
For a long time, most developers in the software industry have spurned functional programming as a niche product that can only be used in either academics or a few rather exotic problem domains.
Finding a good and commonly accepted universal definition of functional programming is not as easy as it seems to be.
This article provides a hands-on beginners guide on how to run an ASP.NET Core website within a docker container, securing all traffic with an SSL certificate, and installing all this within minutes on Ubuntu Linux.