Just eight months after the release of Vapor 1, a server-side Swift web framework, we’re excited to…
This post assumes that you have Postgres installed on your machine and you have created a database.
Step 1) Create a new vapor project and generate an xcode project.
vapor new dbsetupvapor xcode
Edit Oct 7th: Checkout my Follow Up: Benchmarks for Linux (Ubuntu)
Recently I was working in Server-Side Swift, and I was asked the question:
A simple web service, a Raspberry Pi, two LEDs and a native mobile application. Only one language: Swift.
Note: This article is not compatible with Vapor 2. If you are still on Vapor 1, you can follow this…
Ever since Apple open-sourced Swift, the developer community saw a greater potential for the language than mere client-side iOS development. That community envisioned a language that could become more universal…
So, you’re really into cutting edge technologies and mashing all the latest tools and platforms together for fun and/or profit, eh? Cool, so am I. 😬
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