Accessing Data with F# Type Providers

Learn how to easily process XML documents and call JSON-based REST services using F# type providers, how to package your F# code into a reusable .NET library, and how to integrate it into a C# ASP.NET application.
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Learn how to easily process XML documents and call JSON-based REST services using F# type providers, how to package your F# code into a reusable .NET library, and how to integrate it into a C# ASP.NET application.
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Modern applications need to access data from a variety of external data sources, including XML, SQL, and JSON-based services. In this course, we look at F# type providers. With type providers, you can easily explore and access a wide range of data sources directly from your code editor. We start by learning about type providers using the F# interactive and then we demonstrate how you can integrate data access code written in F# as part of a larger C# ASP.NET project.
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Description
Modern applications need to access data from a variety of external data sources, including XML, SQL, and JSON-based services. In this course, we look at F# type providers. With type providers, you can easily explore and access a wide range of data sources directly from your code editor. We start by learning about type providers using the F# interactive and then we demonstrate how you can integrate data access code written in F# as part of a larger C# ASP.NET project.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Rating
(70)
Duration
2h 14m
Updated
4 Nov 2015
Course authors

Tomas is an open-source developer, book author, and computer scientist. He works on F# libraries for data-science and offers training and consulting services at fsharpWorks.

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