Getting Started with Fable. Fable 3 and deployment

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Welcome back! This article is the last part of the “Getting started with Fable” series, so if you missed the previous articles please visit:

The idea of this series is to create a fully functional application that can be used as a starting point for any enterprise application. In particular, I’m looking into a full-stack application written in F# which transpiles into JavaScript / React / Redux application on the front-end and Node.js / Express on the back-end. I know that it sounds a bit weird to transpile F# to JavaScript on the back-end instead of creating a .NET application.

In this last article, I want to share the migration experience from Fable v2 to v3, deployment experience, and some thoughts regarding Fable as a technology.

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