I wonder, why there are no new OCaml books since 2014 year? Many books are published on Haskell, Scala, F# themes, but no OCaml. I think we need new books for learning and for rising interest in our beautiful language.
- There is an ongoing work for 2nd edition of Real World OCaml: http://dev.realworldocaml.org/.
- OCaml Scientific Computing is also ongoing: https://ocaml.xyz/book/.
- A Japanese book “コンピュータを操る”, published in Feb. 2020 for beginners of programming, uses OCaml Blockly: https://www.saiensu.co.jp/search/?isbn=978-4-7819-1470-1&y=2020#detail.
Beautiful!! Many Thanks for information!
It’s under CC-BY-SA so it belongs to the community—it can be a living document that people can keep up to date even if original authors abandon it. It’s also supposed to be a collaborative project, but almost no one is collaborating so far.
I’m also working on a free culture book. The preview is at https://damien-guichard.developpez.com/downloads/Algorithmic-with-OCaml.pdf
It’s under CC-BY-SA.
Planned chapters includes : Records, Type polymorphism, Modules as functions, Conceptual graphs.
The reason why i don’t contribute to @dmbaturin’s effort is that my main topic is algorithmic, ocaml is more a good way than a goal.
That link is asking me to authenticate.
No need to justify yourself. The more good books and views there are, the better.
Sorry, you have to be a member of https://www.developpez.com/ to access this link.
Here is my 2nd try. I hope you don’t need to be a member of https://www.aeriesguard.com/ this time.
what about a way to submit leetcode solutions in ocaml?
I’ve been wanting this and I have some ideas to pull some libraries together.
This works, thanks.
Where should I post suggestion/bugs to this?
I would say it’s just an early draft, more debate will come when i have more content to offer.