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New Swift Offerings From IBM

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New Swift Offerings From IBM

Learn more about IBM's new Swift offering, with some neat projects including Kitura, OpenWhisk, and Swift Package Catalog.

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In my last post, I mentioned some new announcements related to the Swift programming language at IBM. Upon further thought, I guess it’s probably not a bad idea to re-post more detail here too…

If you didn’t see/hear it recently, IBM unveiled several projects to advance the Swift language for developers, which we think will have a profound impact on developers and developer productivity in the years to come. You can view a replay of the IBM announcement in the video embedded below, or just scroll down for direct links:


Here are quick links to each of the projects listed:

Kitura
A light-weight web framework written in Swift, that allows you to build web services with complex routes, easily. Learn more…

Swift Package Catalog
The IBM Swift Package Catalog enables the Swift.org developer community to leverage and share code across projects. Learn more…

Updated IBM Swift Sandbox
The Swift Sandbox enables developers to learn Swift, build prototypes and share code snippets. Whatever your Swift ambitions, join the over 100,000 community members using the Sandbox today. Learn more…

OpenWhisk
OpenWhisk is an event-driven compute platform that executes application logic in response to events or through direct invocations–from web/mobile apps or other endpoints. Learn more…

Or, you can read John Ponzo’s official announcement here.

This is more or less a re-share from my original post on the Swift@IBM Blog.

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