ANDREW LEES

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Kitura-Session 3.3: Sharing Codable objects between a user’s requests

Web application servers are generally “stateless” and handle HTTP requests independently. However, it’s common for a developer to want to link requests from the same...

Swift-JWT 3.0: Codable JSON web tokens

We have just released version 3.0 of Swift-JWT, our library for creating, signing, and verifying JSON Web Tokens. This release adds Codable conformance to the...

Kitura Sample: A Swift Server example demonstrating the features of Kitura.

We have rewritten the Kitura Sample demo application to better showcase the capabilities of Kitura. This update adds interactive webpages so you can try out...

Pluggable JSON encoders in Kitura 2.5

Codable routing allows you to quickly build REST APIs that work directly with concrete Swift types. Kitura achieves this by using the Codable protocol to...

A new kind of Kitura middleware: type-safe and easy to use

Kitura 2.0 introduced Codable routing, a powerful way to quickly build REST APIs from Swift datatypes. Kitura 2.4 enhances Codable routing by introducing “Type-Safe Middlewares”....

Raw and Codable support for URL Encoded Forms in Kitura 2.3

In Kitura 2.3 , we added support for receiving POST requests, which use the application/x-www-form-urlencoded content type. This blog describes the new APIs to handle...

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