F# 4.5 has been developed entirely via open RFCs (requests for comments), with significant contributions from the community. This release brings together a collection of new features, fixes, and performance enhancements that will surely improve your F# applications.
In this episode, Phillip Carter (@_cartermp) returns to talk to us about many of the new additions in F# 4.5. He also gives us some insight into the RFC process and some of the other decisions that went into creating this release.
- [00:43] - Going from F# 4.1 to 4.5
- [03:49] - Getting the F# 4.5 bits
- [06:20] - New features demo
- [25:20] - Making contributions to F#
- [29:30] - Compiler relaxations
- Announcing F# 4.5
- F# Homepage
- F# Software Foundation
- Getting started with F#
- Ionide: F# language extension for Visual Studio Code
- Giraffe - A functional ASP.NET Core micro framework for F# developers.