What is WebSharper?
Develop microservices, client-server web applications, reactive SPAs, and more in C# or F#. Bind composite data models to your reactive user interfaces. The flow of reactive values through the code is explicit yet concise, for maximum readability.
WebSharper is a tool in the Frameworks (Full Stack) category of a tech stack.
WebSharper is an open source tool with 398 GitHub stars and 50 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to WebSharper's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses WebSharper?
Why developers like WebSharper?
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- Functional, reactive applications with WebSharper.UI
- Model-View-Update architecture with WebSharper.Mvu
- Build React components
- Web APIs and server-side JSON and HTML
- Use powerful language constructs on the client side
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