Even more on FRP and F#

The second half of the chapter shows how we can make the best use of F# and what the Microsoft .NET Framework makes available to enjoy and adopt FRP.

In the last few years, technology has evolved at an increasing rate. Nowadays, everything is connected and, in the future, each and every device will be able to receive and send data to and from each other. This will certainly lead to a technical evolution about the way we write the code. Let's think, only for a minute, about the notification messages that appear in our smartphone, our personal computer, and even in our smartwatch. All these need is a reactive system that is able to send millions if not billions of these messages simultaneously on multiple devices.

This is why ...

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