F# in Action (Final Release)

F# in Action (Final Release)

English | 2024 | ISBN: 1633439534 | 336 pages| True EPUB,MOBI | 7.92 MB

F# is engineered to make functional programming practical and accessible. This book will get you started writing your first simple, robust, and high performing functional code.

F# lets you keep your code simple even in the most complex applications—and it’s the perfect language for taking your first steps in functional programming. This practical, example-driven guide shows you how to build professional applications the F# way.

In F# in Action you will learn how to
Write performant and robust systems with succinct F# code
Model domains quickly, easily and accurately with F#’s type system
Design solutions using functional programming patterns
Ingest and process disparate data sources
Develop data-driven web applications
Unit test F# code
Effectively model data using a variety of techniques
Use scripts to rapidly explore domains

F# in Action is based on author and Microsoft F# MVP Isaac Abraham’s years of experience working with developers as an F# consultant. It upgrades .NET development skills with the core principles of functional programming, and you’ll soon see how F#’s functional-first approach makes it easy to learn this powerful paradigm.

About the Technology
F# is a uniquely powerful programming language. Its “light touch” approach to functional programming helps you deliver error-free code without a lot of complex math and academic theory. Simply put, F# exists to help you write better software faster, and this book will show you how.

About the Book
F# in Action teaches you to write professional quality applications in F#. For each concept, feature, and technique you’ll find hands-on examples, starting with simple data transformations and progressing all the way to a full-size web app. Throughout the book, you’ll take advantage of battle-tested .NET tools to take on a wide range of tasks—from data analysis to interoperability with C#.

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