Chapter 19. Designing F# Libraries

This book deals with F#, a language situated in the context of .NET-based software construction and engineering. As an expert F# programmer, you need more than knowledge of the F# language; you also need to use a range of software-engineering tools and methodologies wisely to build software that is truly valuable for the situation where it's deployed. The previous chapter touched on some important tools. This final chapter looks at some of the methodological issues related to F# library design:

  • Designing vanilla .NET libraries that minimize the use of F#-specific constructs, according to existing .NET design conventions

  • Elements of functional programming design methodology, which offers important and deep insights ...

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