F# Future using lazy and a threading event. Supports creating futures from functions or asyncs. Eager evaluation of can be specified.3 people like this
Posted: 10 years ago by Ankur Dhama
The Microsoft tutorial Walkthrough: Creating an Asynchronous HTTP Handler did not describe how to use IHttpAsyncHandler from F#.
It was also a bit complicated, because it did not show how to do it from Visual Studio. Here is the Visual Studio F# version. 1. Create empty ASP.NET Web Application. Call it FSharpHttpAsyncHandler. 2. Add a F# library project to the solution. Call it FSharpHttpAsyncHandler.Lib. 3. Add the following code to Library1.fs in FSharpHttpAsyncHandler.Lib 4. Add a reference to System.Web in FSharpHttpAsyncHandler.Lib 5. Add a reference to FSharpHttpAsyncHandler.Lib in FSharpHttpAsyncHandler. 6. Add the following to Web.config in FSharpHttpAsyncHandler. 7. In the Web tab of the project properties of FSharpHttpAsyncHandler, set Start url to http://localhost:
Posted: 4 years ago by Erling Hellenäs
A set of Async primitives as described by Dave Thomas  (and derived from Stephen Toub ).  http://moiraesoftware.com/blog/2012/04/22/back-to-the-primitive-ii/  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/pfxteam/archive/2012/02/11/10266923.aspx2 people like this
Posted: 10 years ago by Ryan Riley