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OpenSilver adds F# language support

February 8, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

Userware has released OpenSilver 2.1, an update to its open-source successor to Microsoft’s discontinued Silverlight framework for building rich web applications. OpenSilver 2.1 adds support for Microsoft’s F# language.

Introduced February 6, OpenSilver 2.1 can be downloaded from the project website.

Userware describes OpenSilver 2.1 as “F# meets XAML for advanced web app development.” Initially unveiled in 2020, OpenSilver allows developers to create rich web applications using .NET, C#, XAML, and now, F#, Microsoft’s .NET language supporting functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming.

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