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Beginning F# 4.0 by Kit Eason, Robert Pickering

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© Robert Pickering and Kit Eason 2016

Robert Pickering and Kit Eason, Beginning F# 4.0, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1374-2_10

10. Distributed Applications

Robert Pickering and Kit Eason

(1)St. Germain-En-Laye, France

Applications that use networks, called distributed applications, become more important every day. Fortunately, the .NET BCL and other libraries offer many constructs that make communicating over a network easy, which in turn makes creating distributed applications in F# straightforward.

Networking Overview

Several types of distributed applications exist; they’re generally classified into either client-server applications , in which clients make requests to a central server, or peer-to-peer applications, in which computers exchange data among themselves. ...

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