F# Data: Library for Data Access
The F# Data library (
FSharp.Data.dll) implements everything you need to access data in your F# applications
and scripts. It implements F# type providers for working with structured file formats (CSV, HTML, JSON and XML) and
for accessing the WorldBank data. It also includes helpers for parsing CSV, HTML and JSON files and for sending HTTP requests.
You can see the version history here.
Simply build FSharp.Data.sln in Visual Studio 2015, Mono Develop, or Xamarin Studio. You can also use the FAKE script:
Supported F# Runtimes
- FSharp.Core 188.8.131.52 (F# 3.0)
- FSharp.Core 184.108.40.206 (F# 3.1)
- FSharp.Core 220.127.116.11 (F# 4.0)
- .NET Framework 4.0
- PCL profile 7 (.NET Framework 4.5, Windows 8)
- PCL profile 47 (.NET Framework 4.5, Silverlight 5, Windows 8)
- PCL profile 259 (.NET Framework 4.5, Windows 8, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone Silverlight 8)
This library is that it comes with comprehensive documentation. The documentation is
automatically generated from
*.fsx files in the content folder and from the comments in the code. If you find a typo, please submit a pull request!
- F# Data Library home page with more information about the library, contributions, etc.
- The samples from the documentation are included as part of
FSharp.Data.Tests.sln, make sure you build the solution before trying out the samples to ensure that all needed packages are installed.
Support and community
- If you have a question about
FSharp.Data, ask at StackOverflow and mark your question with the
- If you want to submit a bug, a feature request or help with fixing bugs then look at issues and read contributing to F# Data.
- To discuss more general issues about F# Data, its goals and other open-source F# projects, join the fsharp-opensource mailing list
The library is available under Apache 2.0. For more information see the License file in the GitHub repository.
Although this project is hosted in the fsharp repository for historical reasons, it is not maintained and managed by the F# Core Engineering Group. The F# Core Engineering Group acknowledges that the independent owners and maintainers of this project are Gustavo Guerra and Tomas Petricek.