Emma Tucker

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I am a Product Manager for IBM's Mobile Innovation Lab working on IBM Cloud Tools for Swift.

Deploy a Microservice Architecture with IBM Cloud Tools (video)

IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT) makes it easy for developers on macOS to deploy, manage, and monitor end-to-end applications on Bluemix. The tool is part of a larger IBM initiative to bring Swift to the server. We recently created a video illustrating the value IBM Cloud Tools provides when creating a microservice...  Continue reading Deploy a Microservice Architecture with IBM Cloud Tools (video)

4 Steps to Mastering the New and Improved IBM Cloud Tools for Swift

It's now easier than ever to deploy your apps to the cloud using IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT).  With the release of version 1.3, Mac users have an even simpler interface for deploying, managing and monitoring end-to-end applications. The improved Swift application makes using the Swift@IBM server-side tools and technologies super easy.  Continue reading 4 Steps to Mastering the New and Improved IBM Cloud Tools for Swift

What’s New in Version 1.2 of IBM Cloud Tools for Swift

IBM Cloud Tools for Swift is a free Mac application that makes monitoring, managing and deploying end-to-end applications easy and intuitive. It is one of many tools created by IBM to simplify app development by bringing Swift to the Server. With the release of version 1.2, we have added the following functionality: Logs: Click "Open...  Continue reading What’s New in Version 1.2 of IBM Cloud Tools for Swift

6 Steps to Deploying a Swift To-Do List Sample App Without A Command Line

6 Steps to Deploying a Swift To-Do List Sample App Without A Command Line IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT) provides Mac users with a simple interface for deploying, managing and monitoring end-to-end Swift applications. The application integrates with tools designed by IBM Swift Engineers to easily get started writing Swift on the Server. Download...  Continue reading 6 Steps to Deploying a Swift To-Do List Sample App Without A Command Line