Tic Tac Toe game written with the SAFE stack
This template can be used to generate a full-stack web application using the SAFE Stack. It was created using the dotnet SAFE Template. If you want to learn more about the template why not start with the quick start guide?
You'll need to install the following pre-requisites in order to build SAFE applications
Starting the application
Before you run the project for the first time only you must install dotnet "local tools" with this command:
dotnet tool restore
To concurrently run the server and the client components in watch mode use the following command:
http://localhost:8080 in your browser.
The build project in root directory contains a couple of different build targets. You can specify them after
-- (target name is case-insensitive).
To run concurrently server and client tests in watch mode (you can run this command in parallel to the previous one in new terminal):
dotnet run -- RunTests
Client tests are available under
http://localhost:8081 in your browser and server tests are running in watch mode in console.
Finally, there are
Azure targets that you can use to package your app and deploy to Azure, respectively:
dotnet run -- Bundle dotnet run -- Azure
SAFE Stack Documentation
If you want to know more about the full Azure Stack and all of it's components (including Azure) visit the official SAFE documentation.
You will find more documentation about the used F# components at the following places: