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FSharp.Data - F# Data: Library for Data Access

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The F# Data library (FSharp.Data.dll) implements everything you need to access data in your F# applications and scripts. It implements F# type providers for working with structured file formats (CSV, HTML, JSON and XML) and for accessing the WorldBank data. It also includes helpers for parsing CSV, HTML and JSON files and for sending HTTP requests.We're open to contributions from anyone. If you want to help out but don't know where to start, you can take one of the Up-For-Grabs issues, or help to improve the documentation.

AzureStorageTypeProvider - An F# Azure Type Provider which can be used to explore Blob, Table and Queue Azure Storage assets and easily apply CRUD operations on them

  •    F#

An F# Azure Type Provider which can be used to explore Azure Storage assets quickly and easily.The goal is to create a provider which allows lightweight access to your Azure storage data within the context of e.g. F# scripts or applications to allow CRUD operations quickly and easily.

FSharp.TypeProviders.SDK - The SDK for creating F# type providers

  •    F#

This package is actively seeking contributions.If using Paket, you can add code files by direct GitHub references like this and reference the files in a project file like this.

RouteProvider - A type provider for web routing. Status: Probably a bad idea.

  •    F#

An F# Type provider that generates types suitable for routing in a web application. You can use int64, int, Guid, or string as type annotations. The default is int64.

OpenAPITypeProvider - F# type provider for Open API specification

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Erased netstandard2.0 type provider for web API providers. This type provider is focused on second option when you already got existing documentation (e.g. from frontend developer) and you want to be 100% sure that your API follows it correctly, which mostly means two things: Validation of requests payload is in correct form (as described in API documentation) and creating responses. Both things can be quite tedious and error-prone. It is common in web API development that after some time that server behavior is not what is written in documentation. This type provider is here to help with that.