The Format module of OCaml is an extremely powerful but unfortunately often poorly used module. It combines two distinct elements: pretty-print boxes semantic tags This tutorial aims to demystify much of this module and explain the range of things that you can do with it. Read more (in French)
Earlier, we dusted-off our Language and Stdlib cheatsheets, for teachers and students. With more time, we managed to design an Opam 2.0 cheat-sheet we are proud of. It is organized into two pages: The everyday average Opam use: Installation, Configuration, Switches, Allowed URL formats, Packages, Exploring, Package pinning, Working with local pins, Sharing a dev … The Opam 2.0 cheatsheet, with a new theme!
In our endeavour to encourage professional programmers to understand and use OCaml, OCamlPro will be giving two training sessions, in French, in our Paris offices: OCaml Beginner course for professional programmers (5-6 Nov) OCaml Expertise (7-8 Nov). The “Expert” OCaml course is for already experienced OCaml programmers to better understand advanced type system possibilities (objects, … OCaml expert and beginner training by OCamlPro (in French): Nov. 5-6 & 7-8
In 2011, we shared several cheat sheets for OCaml. Cheat sheets are helpful to refer to, as an overview of the documentation when you are programming, especially when you’re starting in a new language. They are meant to be printed and pinned on your wall, or to be kept in handy on a spare screen. … Updated Cheat Sheets: OCaml Language and OCaml Standard Library
When you are beginning in a new programming language, it is sometimes helpful to have an overview of the documentation, that you can pin on your wall and easily have a look at it while you are programming. Since we couldn’t find such Cheat Sheets, we decided to start writting our own cheat sheets for … OCaml Cheat Sheets