This is an opinionated list of web resources and books that helped me with F#. These are books and sites I use frequently, for a more a complete list of resources, check the list of the F# Foundation and the learning resources in Microsoft .NET site.
Stylish F# 6 by Kit Eason. Loved the first chapter about the sense of style in programming, and the next chapters follows that spirit.
Essential F#, by Ian Russell. With a big difference from other approaches, this book starts with a full example in F# that is througly discussed, and then presents the elements of the language in the next chapters.
Beginning F# 4.0, by Robert Pickering and Kit Eason. Just a little outdated (we are now at version 7.0), approaches the language from its different paradigms, from functional to object oriented to imperative programming.
Expert F# 4.0, by Don Syme, Adam Granicz, Antonio Cisternino. By the very same creator of the language, it also showcases the flexibility of F# to adopt different programming paradigms. The examples are advanced in general, but useful to understand deeply the inner works of F#.
F# for fun and profit, by Scott Wlaschin. One of the most complete references with detailed examples and a profound view of fundamentals. Check also Scott’s presentations in YouTube.
What I wish I knew when learning F#, by Daniel Bachler.
Feliz is kind of hard to define, but basically it enables you to build and/or interact with React components directly in F#.
Html2Feliz enables you to translate plain HTML into Feliz.
SAFE Stack is a full fledged F# framework to build web applications. It takes care of the front end, the backend and even the deployment into the Azure cloud.
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