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    Author(s)Leigh Williamson
    PublisherWiley India
    Publish YearNovember 2018


    Wiley India Swift in the Cloud by Leigh Williamson

    This book covers technical details of all aspects of creating and running Swift language applications in cloud computing environments. The techniques described combine the concepts that motivated support for cloud hosted Swift code with plenty of examples of real code that the reader can run and experiment with. The book is written by the developers who produced the support for Swift in the Cloud; written for developers as a practical guide for how to quickly create server applications using Swift and run them on pay-as-you-go cloud infrastructure. About the Author Leigh Williamson is an IBM Distinguished Engineer who has been working in the Austin TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Swift.org, the Open Source Project What's Included Source Code Repositories How to Get Involved Mailing Lists Bug Tracking Swift Evolution and Roadmap Priorities for the Swift 4.0 Major Release Binary Downloads MacOS Binaries Linux Binaries Swiftenv, Swift Version Manager 2 A Swift Sandbox in the Cloud The IBM Cloud Platform Getting Started Sign Me Up!. Saving and Sharing Code Samples Selecting Swift Versions and More Have You Run on a Mainframe Lately? IBM Swift Package Catalog and Sandbox 3 A Basic Introduction to Swift Background Let's Get Coding! Swift Standard Library Swift Foundation Library C Library Interoperability Concurrency Library Memory Management The Language Landscape Language Groupings Language Timeline 4 The IBM Bluemix Build pack for Swift Cloud Foundry Build packs Build pack Phases Working with the IBM Bluemix Build pack for Swift Where Is the Source Code Hosted? What Version of the Build pack Is Currently Installed? File Artifacts Required for Provisioning Your Application on Bluemix Installing Additional System-Level Dependencies Downloading Closed Source Dependencies Examples of Using the IBM Bluemix Build pack for Swift Swift HelloWorld Kitura Starter BluePic Using the Latest Code of the IBM Bluemix Build pack for Swift 5 Using Containers on Bluemix to Run Swift Code What Are Docker Containers? Docker Images for Swift Installing Docker. Using Docker as a Development Tool Exposing Your Swift Application's Port to the Host System Using docker-compose Why Use Containers on Bluemix? Containers for Packaging and Deployment of Swift Applications The Kubernetes Platform Running Your Docker Image in the Bluemix Cloud Install the Kubernetes Command Line Install the Bluemix Command Line. Install the IBM Container Registry Plug-In Install the IBM Container Service Plug-In Create a Runtime Image for Swift Applications Tag a Docker Image Push a Docker Image to Bluemix Create a Kubernetes Cluster on Bluemix High Availability in Kubernetes Clusters Binding Bluemix Services to IBM Containers. 6 Swift Package Management Swift Package Manager Using Swift Package Manager Commands Package.Swift Details Swift Package Catalog Browsing Searching Package Details Dependency Visualization Trying Out a Package in the Sandbox 7 Swift and Kitura for Web Applications Kitura Sending Simple Responses to Requests A Real-World Library Example Accessing Information Sent in Requests Starting the Library Application Working with Various HTTP Features Using Kitura Other Ways of Serving Content Using Kitura Other Useful Kitura Middleware Authentication Using the Kitura-Credentials Framework The Library Sample with Authentication Kitura and Data Access Swift-Kuery Kitura-redis 8 Serverless Programming with Swift Microservices and Serverless Computing Serverless Computing Concepts OpenWhisk Swift and OpenWhisk Using the Web-Based OpenWhisk Tools Command Line OpenWhisk A More Involved Example 9 Over the Horizon: Where Do We Go from Here? Bringing Swift to the Server IBM Cloud Tools for Swift Server-Side Frameworks Expanding the Range of Swift Swift Support for Linux The Internet of Swift Things Big Iron Swift Swift DevOps Summary Index