ApacheExpress is a way to rapidly write reliable and feature rich web applications in the Swift programming language. Without ever leaving Xcode, or using the Swift Package Manager environment on Linux. ApacheExpress applications run directly within the Apache WebServer, as native Apache modules - without any interpreters or proxies. Work in progress.
A toolkit to write native Apache modules in Swift.
A little like Phusion Passenger, but not really,
because mod_swift is used to create fully native Apache modules instead of
hosting foreign script-language interpreters within Apache.
Runs on Linux, including Raspberry Pi.
Example app? TodoMVC.
And while you wait for our disrupting products being available for
have fun playing around with our technology demos.
All of them are written in Swift 3, just for the fun of it.
is the last Xcode extension you'll ever need.
So much beef.
So little time.
It is a native macOS application demoing UI features such as translucent windows as well as platform services like drag&drop. Includes a “Cow of the Day” widget for the Notification Center, an Xcode extension as well as a system wide “Service” host.
is our implementation of event-driven, non-blocking I/O
streams in Swift.
It carries over Node.js ideas into pure Swift and improves them
type-safe, back-pressure aware
streams and a lot of Node.js replica modules
on top of that.
Essentially Node using a faster,
typesafe and better looking language.
Runs on Linux.
Example app? TodoMVC Redis.