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The Source, with Scott Hanselman: ScriptCS

ScriptCS allows you to use C# as if it were a scripting language using Roslyn, .NET's "compiler as a service". In this episode Scott shows the flexibility of using ScriptCS together with Chocolatey - an Open Source package installer that works with NuGet.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: A Look at F-Sharp

In this episode Rob and Scott take a look at WebSharper, an F# transpiler for Javascript. Along the way they muse on whether every language should have a web framework.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: ReactiveUI: Pair Coding with Paul Betts

Scott is building a Windows Phone application and has run into some problems. Paul Betts (from Github) decided to help out using Akavache - an Open Source library of his. We recorded the pair session and hope you enjoy it.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: Static Sites with Docpad

In this episode Scott and Rob take a look at Docpad, a static site generator for NodeJS. We kick up a site, look at how it works, and have a discussion about the relevance of static sites in general.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: Epicyclic Gearing, SVG, and D3.js

HTML5 let's you do a lot of things - including some incredible animations with vector graphics. In this episode Scott dives into D3.js - a library for leveraging SVG in order to create amazingly interactive graphics and charts.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: In this episode we take a look at what happens when you issue a redirect to the browser, and how various frameworks help you out by redirecting clients for you when the request should be under https.

In this episode we take a look at what happens when you issue a redirect to the browser, and how various frameworks help you out by redirecting clients for you when the request should be under https.

The Source, with Scott Hanselman: In this episode we take a look at what happens when you issue a redirect to the browser, and how various frameworks help you out by redirecting clients for you when the request should be under https.

In this episode we take a look at what happens when you issue a redirect to the browser, and how various frameworks help you out by redirecting clients for you when the request should be under https.