Kitura/iOS

Kitura/iOS: Running a Web Server on your iPhone

Server-side Swift applications, and Kitura applications in particular, can run on macOS and Ubuntu Linux. There are use cases, however, that require running server-side applications on iOS. To run a server-side application on iOS means embedding its code in a plain client-side iOS app. In this blog post, I will describe these use cases and…  Continue reading Kitura/iOS: Running a Web Server on your iPhone

Transition to Server-Side Swift with BluePic

In order to demonstrate the possibilities a developer has using open source Swift, IBM built the open sourced demo application known as BluePic. This article will provide you with an overview of the technologies BluePic uses and how it leverages server-side Swift. BluePic is a photo sharing application for viewing, posting, and searching for images posted by others. This application takes advantage of Swift in a typical iOS client setting, but also on the server-side using the new Swift web framework and HTTP Server, Kitura.  Continue reading Transition to Server-Side Swift with BluePic