[VIDEO] Developing Web and mobile applications in OCaml

Here is a (re-)recording of a talk I gave a few weeks ago at Tarides, about Ocsigen and Be Sport.


This presentation gives an overview of the Ocsigen framework, which is used in particular to develop the Be Sport social network. Ocsigen is a set of tools to develop Web sites and applications. Amongst other things, it contains js_of_ocaml, a compiler to Javascript, and Eliom, a powerful Web framework that can be used for traditional server-side Web programming, but also to develop client-server Web and mobile distributed applications, entirely in OCaml, using multi-tier programming. We will try to show how this programming style can save a huge amount of time.