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As you have left any languages out of the question, I guess you accept multiple languages...

So for the language F# there exists FSharp.WebToolsFSharp.WebTools.

The F# Web Tools augment the F# distribution with tools to author homogeneous client/server/database web applications in one type-checked project. The modal distinctions between client and server are checked through the use of F# workflows, and LINQ can be used for database access. In the first version, parts of the application are dynamically served as JavaScript. Planned extensions include serving client-side portions as Silverlight code.

As you have left any languages out of the question, I guess you accept multiple languages...

So for the language F# there exists FSharp.WebTools.

The F# Web Tools augment the F# distribution with tools to author homogeneous client/server/database web applications in one type-checked project. The modal distinctions between client and server are checked through the use of F# workflows, and LINQ can be used for database access. In the first version, parts of the application are dynamically served as JavaScript. Planned extensions include serving client-side portions as Silverlight code.

As you have left any languages out of the question, I guess you accept multiple languages...

So for the language F# there exists FSharp.WebTools.

The F# Web Tools augment the F# distribution with tools to author homogeneous client/server/database web applications in one type-checked project. The modal distinctions between client and server are checked through the use of F# workflows, and LINQ can be used for database access. In the first version, parts of the application are dynamically served as JavaScript. Planned extensions include serving client-side portions as Silverlight code.

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As you have left any languages out of the question, I guess you accept multiple languages...

So for the language F# there exists FSharp.WebTools.

The F# Web Tools augment the F# distribution with tools to author homogeneous client/server/database web applications in one type-checked project. The modal distinctions between client and server are checked through the use of F# workflows, and LINQ can be used for database access. In the first version, parts of the application are dynamically served as JavaScript. Planned extensions include serving client-side portions as Silverlight code.