on 11/7/2011 2:56 PM
I have implemented a simple web server in F#. The idea was to try to marry .NET asynchronous socket operations with F# async. Result: F# async seems to be the right tool for the job of webserver implementation: it makes asynchronous programming intuitive without adding too much performance overhead. The server executes 3500 keep-alive or 1000 normal request per second on my Core i3 machine, compared to 2500/500 requests per second using IIS or System.Net.HttpListener. Asynhronous Socket Operations Worki[...]
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