[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.

Abstract:

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.

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