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Use Case Driven Development with Low-Code
4 projects | dev.to | 25 Aug 2023
At runtime, the Case C# expressions are embedded into a function and dynamically compiled into an assembly using the Roslyn C# compiler. Then the function that contains the expression is called (e.g. CaseAvailableFunction.Availablle()). At runtime, the function provides various methods to access stored case values as well as the current input data.
Do you guys think this programmer is right about dotnet?
4 projects | /r/programming | 10 Jul 2023
How to combine codes that other people have worked on?
3 projects | /r/Unity2D | 1 Jul 2023
I like to use the roslyn coding practices for C# projects (https://github.com/dotnet/roslyn/blob/main/docs/wiki/Contributing-Code.md)
Availability of C# Dev Kit for Neovim?
2 projects | /r/dotnet | 28 Jun 2023
Looks like it uses the Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.LanguageServer package as the lsp. The code for that is here https://github.com/dotnet/roslyn/tree/main/src/Features/LanguageServer/Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.LanguageServer so presumable there's some way to get it to talk to neovim.
Do you think C# will be decentralized in the future?
4 projects | /r/dotnet | 24 Jun 2023
Interceptors (new C# metaprogramming feature) to fuel DapperAOT development
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Jun 2023
Without interceptors, source generators can only add new code, but cannot modify any existing code. Interceptors enable method call substitutions.
Announcing C# Dev Kit for Visual Studio Code
4 projects | /r/programming | 7 Jun 2023
Here is a link to the dotnet/roslyn .editorconfig for reference, scroll down to # CSharp code style settings:
How do IDEs add language support / detect the language you are using?
3 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 2 Jun 2023
It's no surprise that IDEs can do the same thing, and they may even share the same codebase for doing so. For instance, C#'s Roslyn compiler states:
Ich werde niemals auf Proprietäre r Basis software entwickeln
2 projects | /r/informatik | 21 May 2023
Der Compiler und das Framework sind Open source zB. https://github.com/dotnet/roslyn
Duda carrera: C#/.NET vs. Node/Express
13 projects | /r/devsarg | 18 May 2023
Compilador de C#: Licencia MIT.
old languages compilers
12 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 26 Dec 2022
From Script to Scaffold in F#
8 projects | dev.to | 23 Dec 2022
This year I've been attempting Advent of Code in my favourite programming language, F#. This is a beginner(ish) centered post about making incremental changes from the smallest possible solution to something more robust.
The comeback of the Fediverse and the Old Web
3 projects | dev.to | 4 Dec 2022
I have many less followers on Mastodon than in the Birdsite (40 vs 341), yet my activity has generated many more interactions than there. Not only that, among the users who decided to interact with me I counted: a co-discoverer of the Laniakea supercluster, one of the lead developers behind F#, the author of many important books on Java & JVM, plus many others. I'm literally a nobody, but this time there was no algorithm relying on relevance and engament metrics to decide what to present to each one of us.
Chicago and London TDD Styles for Functional Programming
4 projects | dev.to | 18 Sep 2022
FP devs differ based on language here. Elm, like F#, tends to encourage "a bunch of functions and types in a file". While Elm supports modules, we don't really care where it came from; they're all pure, all deterministic, the compiler tells us if it works.
Performance of immutable collections in .NET
4 projects | /r/dotnet | 23 Jul 2022
The builtin fsharp collections actually are just "immutable", not persistent as you mention. (Ref: https://github.com/fsharp/fsharp/blob/master/src/fsharp/FSharp.Core/map.fs. This is just an AVL tree that returns a copy on mutations: https://github.com/fsharp/fsharp/blob/577d06b9ec7192a6adafefd09ade0ed10b13897d/src/fsharp/FSharp.Core/map.fs#L118)
Coming from Scala
2 projects | /r/typescript | 3 Jul 2022
You can dive into .NET ecosystem by trying F#. It's functional-first language so this should be familiar.
Parsing Lambda Error Logs in ReScript & Python
19 projects | dev.to | 28 May 2022
Please put units in names
7 projects | /r/programming | 21 Mar 2022
25 Years of Friendship
5 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 8 Mar 2022
Here is link number 1 - Previous text "F#"5 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 8 Mar 2022
OCaml family of languages like F#, Reason
What are some alternatives?
Mono-basic - Visual Basic Compiler and Runtime
MSBuild - The Microsoft Build Engine (MSBuild) is the build platform for .NET and Visual Studio.
ClojureCLR - A port of Clojure to the CLR, part of the Clojure project
julia - The Julia Programming Language
Roslyn-linq-rewrite - Compiles C# code by first rewriting the syntax trees of LINQ expressions using plain procedural code, minimizing allocations and dynamic dispatch.
CSharpObfuscator - CSharp Obfuscator protects your .NET application code through obfuscation transforms, while maintaining debugging abilities for quality assurance testing.
Nemerle - Nemerle language. Main repository.
VisualFSharp - The F# compiler, F# core library, F# language service, and F# tooling integration for Visual Studio
SharpLab - .NET language playground