I’ve developed https://www.forcyclistsbycyclists.com using end to end F# making use of the SAFE stack. I’ve mostly developed it on Mac OS with a little work on Linux. Had no issues at all on the former and not aware of problems on the latter. I generally use a mixture of Code with the Ionide plugin and Rider.
I talked about it a little at F# conf 2020 here:
The production environment currently runs on Azure and uses a mix of App Service for Containers, Service Bus, Functions, SQL Server and a few other bits and pieces. I have a dev environment running in AWS on ECS, Fargate, Lambda, SQS and Postgres (and a few other bits and pieces).
The whole system is in F# including Infrastructure as Code where on Azure I’m using Farmer and on AWS Pulumi.
When I gave the talk I think I claimed it was the most productive web dev environment I’d experienced and I continue to maintain that - its been a pleasure to grow, refactor and add to. I’ve had the odd transpiling glitch from Fable but in terms of issues thats it.
If you use a lot of external JS packages you should be prepared to do a little work to get them into Fable - though with Fable 3 I believe that is getting easier.
Happy to try and answer any specific questions.
Thanks to Reed Copsey over on Twitter for sending me here.