A post by Daniel Dunbar:
Since release, we have seen a rapid explosion in the package ecosystem with brand new Swift-based web frameworks (like Kitura, Perfect, Vapor, and Zewo), tooling and infrastructure (like the IBM Package Catalog and swiftenv), or simply adoption by existing popular Swift frameworks (like Alamofire, SnapKit, SwiftJSON, and RxSwift).
We wanted to lay out our plans for the package manager with regard to the upcoming Swift 3.0 release, some project status, and a bit about our future directions…
An article by TJ Holowaychuk about his experience with AWS Lambda. In my opinion, a lot of the points from the article are easily applicable to other serverless cloud services in general. In related news Paulo Faria has recently got Swift running on AWS Lambda using, unsurprisingly, Apex by TJ Holowaychuk.
This plugin for Visual Studio Code by Ryan Lovelett supports completion lists, symbol resolution and potentially much more in the future. SourceKitten is a dependency, so no native Linux support for now, but you can track a corresponding SourceKitten PR.
An in-depth article about Apple’s AI/ML cloud & services initiatives. Some of those services have substantial machine learning-related computations running on client devices, but obviously server-side is more interesting to us. 😉 When will be Siri rewritten in Swift? 🤔
Natural Language Processing toolkit for Swift. Unfortunately, this is marked as “will not be updated”. There are plenty of useful algorithms implemented in the repository, so I hope that someone in Swift community will pick up ownership of the code.
A weather server based on Vapor
Slimane is an express inspired web framework for Swift that works on macOS and Ubuntu.
• 100% Asynchronous
• Unopinionated and Minimalist
• Adopts Open Swift