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SharpKit C# to Javascript Convertor

  Recently I discovered SharpKit whilst looking at an online IDE called CodeRun . SharpKit is described as “a Web Toolkit that enables you to write C# and convert it to JavaScript during compilation.” There are a number of other similar tools around that try and achieve the goal of writing in a Static language and then converting it to JavaScript. Some of those include:  GWT (Google Web Toolkit) Script # jsc I can’t speak for jsc or Script # but I’ve had a good look at GWT and although I can see the benefits it reminded me a bit of the ASP.NET WebForms model in that the high level of abstraction has a big learning curve. The SharpKit feature list is very impressive. This is the first time I have tried SharpKit so I’m going to do a very simple walkthrough and how to get started. Installation Grab the Download from the SharpKit website and run the Installer. As SharpKit is a commercial product they require you to Register before Downloading, but