The F#.NET Journal just published an article about GUI programming:
"There are many parallels between types and the built-in WPF controls. An editable boolean can be represented by a check box. An editable enum can be represented by a combobox. An editable string by a text box and so on. Editable sequences are notably absent from the set of built-in WPF controls. This article describes the design and implementation of a WPF control that allows an arbitrary sequence to be edited..."
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