In this WebAssembly tutorial, you will learn how to run F# code in WebAssembly in the browser using an open source framework called Bolero.
In this episode, you will learn how to run F# code in WebAssembly in the browser using an open source framework called Bolero.
[01:13] - What is the goal of WebAssembly? [04:46] - Introducing Bolero [08:14] - How F# executes in the browser? [15:03] - Supported Bolero programming models [27:55] - Learning more about Bolero
Bolero - https://fsbolero.io/ Blazor - https://dotnet.microsoft.com/apps/aspnet/web-apps/blazor Web assembly - https://webassembly.org/ Intellafactory - http://www.intellifactory.com/
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