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Daniel Mohl is a professional software engineer/architect whose interests include understanding the intricacies of various programming languages, enterprise application architecture, and how to bridge the gap between business and technology. He works with F#, C#, CoffeeScript, JavaScript, Erlang, ASP.NET MVC, WPF, WCF, Silverlight, WP7, SQL Server, etc. He is a F# MVP, C# Insider, F# Insider, blogger, speaker, and event organizer. You can follow him on twitter at www.twitter.com/dmohl. Daniel is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 30 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Kick-start Your F# WPF Apps

02.06.2012
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Over the last few years I've announced a number of project templates that are available on Visual Studio Gallery. A few of these have provided ways to kick-start F# WPF apps. I talked about one of these templates here. While these are nice for getting acquainted with building WPF apps in F# and/or F#+C#, the files needed for the included sample app may become a bother once you have a few of these apps under your belt. Because of this, I've released an F# only Empty WPF project template (an F#/C# Empty WPF template will likely be coming soon).

To get the new template, do the following:

1. In Visual Studio 2010 or 11, navigate to File -> New and select Online Templates (or just Online if using VS11).

2. Search for "Daniel Mohl" or "F# Empty Windows App" as shown below:


3. Select the template, click OK, and agree to the install.

While it's certainly not required to use the template, you can find the full source on my GitHub.

 

Source: http://bloggemdano.blogspot.com/2012/02/another-way-to-kick-start-f-wpf-apps.html

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