Swift in the Cloud (Wiley)
Thursday, 05 October 2017

The authors of this book - Leigh Williamson, John Ponzo, Patrick Bohrer, Ricardo Olivieri, Karl Winmeister and Samuel Kallner - are the team of developers that worked on bringing the Swift language to Cloud computing, and this is their guide to writing and running Swift language programs for cloud environment. The book covers creating and running Swift language applications in Cloud computing environments, complete with examples of real code that you can start running and experimenting with today.

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The book shows how to create server applications that run on the pay-as-you-go cloud infrastructure, how to write and test Swift code snippets in your own cloud sandbox, and how to use the Cloud Foundry Buildpack for Swift to avoid the complexities of runtime configuration.

Authors:Leigh Williamson, John Ponzo, Patrick Bohrer, Ricardo Olivieri, Karl Winmeister and Samuel Kallner
Publisher: Wiley
Date: August 2017
Pages: 264
ISBN: 978-1119319375
Print: 1119319374
Kindle: B074M26NDH
Audience: Swift programmers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages 

 

 

  • IBM's Cloud Platform-as-a-Service environment
  • Using Docker containers to run Swift
  • Swift packages and the Package Manager
  • Using Swift and Kitura for web applications
  • Event-driven programming using OpenWhisk
  • Plenty of examples and code samples you can use now

 

 

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