In this episode, Leo talks with Tim Condon about Server-Side Swift and the Vapor Web Framework: how it fits into the development of an application now, why you’d choose it, and what it takes to get started.
- Hello Server-Side Swift by Logan Wright
- Leo's Vapor Tutorials and Videos
- How to get started developing Server-Side Swift - SwiftTO 2019
- Vapor – Deep Dive Guide into Setup and Deployment for Heroku and Ubuntu
- Asynchronous Multithreaded Parallel World of Swift
- Server Side Swift with Vapor on raywenderlich.com
- Porting Swift to Windows by Saleem Abdulrasool
- Specialize in helping businesses build apps for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch
- 10 years of experience developing for a variety of Apple platform
- Helping dev shops which lack experience with Apple platforms and Swift
- Do you have a product or service which can target our ever growing community of developers as well as technology and business leaders?
How does Vapor compare With other backends?
- Why not use CloudKit or Firebase?
- How does it compare to NodeJS, Ruby, .Net or PHP?
- Limitation of various programming languages
- Preferred Database Backend
- What's the difference between Vapor and other Server-Side Swift backend frameworks?
- What is the Server-Side Group and SwiftNIO?
Using Vapor Today
- Is it ready for production?
- What are some considerations a dev team should make?
- What's the best way to get started?
- What plugins are available? (Database, Authentication, Leaf, etc...)
- What are differences with Swift on the server vs. the client?
- How can you share code correctly between iOS and the server?
The Future of Vapor 4
- What improvements are being made in Vapor 4?
- How does SwiftNIO2 affect Vapor?
- How does Swift 5 change the way database models work?
- How has SwiftUI and Combine affected Vapor and the way HTML is rendered?
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An exploration of Apple business news and technology. We talk about how businesses can use new technology to empower their business and employees, from Leo Dion, founder of BrightDigit.