I am a Senior Technical Staff Member in the Smart Client Platforms group in the IBM Research Lab in Haifa Israel. Currently I am the Technical lead of the Kitura project. Kitura is an open source web framework for Swift 3 being written as part of the Swift@IBM initiative. Kitura runs on multiple platforms including Linux and macOS.
I have many years of experience working with both the server and client sides of client-server applications and client-server application tools.
Historically Web Servers respond to requests sent to them using HTTP. These requests are sent over a TCP/IP socket. The response to one of these...
Introduction In this blog article I’d like to describe the building of a simple chat server using Kitura and Kitura-WebSocket. The server will support multiple...
Web applications serve HTML content. Much of this content makes up the various pages of the application. Such HTML is either hand written by developers...
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