This week IBM unveiled several projects that we’ve been working on to advance the Swift language for application developers. If you weren’t able to see Monday’s announcement in the IBM InterConnect first-day keynote, don’t worry, you can view it in the video embedded below:

Learn more about each of the products that was announced, or get involved in the open source projects using the links below:

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.

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