on 4/14/2016 3:31 PM
Proxies in WebSharper, how, when, where!When I first started to play with WebSharper, everything was nice and clean. I was coding in my own world/sandbox/project whatever you want to call it. But the thing is that most of the time, we don’t start from empty, blank project. What we do instead, is that we write code which integrates with an existing application. I was lucky enough to work on a project with a backend written in F# with a Domain library containing all the application domain written in F# as we[...]
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