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Powering F# Development on Visual Studio Code with Ionide

by Jeff Martin on  Dec 10, 2015

Visual Studio Code has lagged behind its support for F# development, but the Ionide project changes that by adding support for VS Code. The project was formerly Atom-only but now both platforms can benefit.

NUnit 3 Brings Extensibility and Parallel Execution: Interview with Charlie Poole

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Dec 09, 2015

NUnit 3 was recently released, bringing parallel execution and extensibility to the .NET testing framework. InfoQ reached out with Charlie Poole, maintainer of NUnit for over 10 years, to learn more about this release.

Microsoft Bumps TypeScript to Version 1.7

by David Iffland on  Dec 08, 2015 1

Microsoft has released version 1.7 of TypeScript, which enables async/await for ES6 targets and introduces a polymorphic this type.

Reducing Project Build Times on Visual Studio 2015

by Jeff Martin on  Dec 03, 2015

Microsoft's new partnership with Xoreax has produced a "freemium" version of IncrediBuild for Visual Studio users. This tool uses several techniques to dramatically reduce project build times for several different project types.

Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 Adds C# Scripting and New Language Support

by Jeff Martin on  Dec 02, 2015

The first update to Visual Studio 2015 has been released, and it brings with it a raft of changes. A number of new languages are now supported in the VS editor, and a C# scripting API and REPL was added. Other additions include .NET Famework 4.6.1 and Parallel Test Support which takes advantage of multi-core development machines.

Release of MBrace 1.0, a Distributed Programming Framework for .NET

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Nov 18, 2015

After several years of development, MBrace 1.0 was released last week. MBrace is a programming model for scalable cloud data scripting and programming with F# and C#. The project consists mainly of code libraries and cloud providers runtime.

Xamarin 4: Insights Is GA Now, Test Recorder and Forms 2

by Abel Avram on  Nov 17, 2015

Xamarin has announced version 4 of their platform for building cross-platform native mobile apps for iOS and Android in C#. New in this version are the GA of Insights, a Recorder for the Test Cloud and several enhancements to the Platform: Xamarin.Forms 2.0, better support for iOS in VS, support for Android Material Design and more .NET code.

The SharpDevelop Community Releases Refactoring Essentials 2

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Nov 04, 2015 1

The SharpDevelop Community recently released version 2 of Refactoring Essentials for Visual Studio. The release brings new analyzers, new refactorings and several improvements to the Visual Studio extension.

Early View of C# 7 with Mads Torgersen

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Oct 28, 2015 11

Seth Juarez, of Channel 9, interviews Mads Torgersen, product manager of C#, about the development of the next version of the C# language, codenamed C# 7. Alongside a few other features, three major ones are described: pattern matching, tuple syntax and nullable references.

F# Past and Future Discussed at F# Gotham

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Oct 21, 2015 1

On October 17th, F# Gotham gathered experts who presented different aspects of the language and tooling such as asynchronous programming, computation expressions, optimization, FParsec and Xamarin.Forms. The presentation of David Stephens and Jay Schmelzer, both from Microsoft, focused less on the technical aspect and more on the bigger picture. They presented the past, present and future of F#.

Ionide is a New Atom-based F# IDE Written in F#

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 29, 2015

Ionide, based on the Atom Editor, is a suite of packages that aim to provide a full-featured, modern, cross-platform, open-source IDE for F# development. InfoQ has talked with Ionide’s creator, Krzysztof Cieślak.

Debate: Adding Non-nullable References to C#

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Sep 28, 2015 4

The recent proposal to add non-nullable references to C# by Microsoft’s Mads Togersen sparked quite a debate in the .NET community. The reactions were diverse, ranging from praise to preferring status quo.

Interview with Adam Granicz on WebSharper 3

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Sep 14, 2015

Version 3 of WebSharper, the F# framework for developing web applications hits RTM this year. We decided to catch up with Adam Granicz, CEO of IntelliFactory, to learn what new features and improvements WebSharper 3 brings.

Typescript to Support React

by James Chesters on  Sep 07, 2015 2

Microsoft have released the beta for TypeScript 1.6, and with it support for React. Program manager Jonathan Turner explains that while the TypeScript team has collaborated with teams responsible for libraries including Dojo, Aurelia, and Angular, React is "an important library" that that has been difficult for TypeScript developers.

F# 4.0 Released for All Platforms

by Jeff Martin on  Aug 03, 2015

F# 4.0 has been released for the big three major platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux). F# 4.0 brings a host of new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements that benefit users of the language whether or not they are writing code in Visual Studio 2015.

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