The FsInteractiveService project provides a simple layer over the F# Interactive services from the F# Compiler Services project. It makes the service available as a stand-alone process that can be started and called via HTTP requests. It is very similar to the FsAutoComplete project, which provides similar out-of-process wrapper for F# Compiler IDE services.
The FsInteractiveService project can be used to build F# Interactive editor integration for editors that are not based on .NET such as Atom.
F# Interactive Service home is the homepage for the project. Go here to get started with FsInteractiveService.
Creating HTML printers discusses an extension that F# Interactive Service provides for formatting values as HTML objects. This can be done by registering a printer using
Evaluating snippets via HTTP API shows how to start the
FsInteractiveService.exeprocess in background and how to communicate with it using REST-based API over network. It shows different commands you can send and responses you'll get back.
Getting IntelliSense info via HTTP PI discusses IntelliSense functionality exposed by the
FsInteractiveService.exeprocess. This lets you get auto-completion in F# Interactive, access tooltips for objects in completion lists and get hints on method parameters.