Hey Thanks! Specific to your question, all was good until about the half-way point. While the kitura image looked quite a bit different than that in the article, it worked. Where it came to a stop was the next step ‘Running a Web App With A Database’ section. It always would fail ‘unable to create database’; therefore the client route it looks like it creates fails, so when you try to append /client to the URL it’s unable to find a route. Dumped everything and restarted the article assuming I missed something, failed at the same point.
Agreed, articles and topics over time may become no longer relevant or technically obsolete, so archiving makes sense as they may be useful to someone even if the examples don’t function.
I just don’t see anything to indicate this article is not relevant, obsolete, or otherwise even archived (‘Home → Server-Side Swift Tutorials’).
That was the primary point of my post here: add a banner, call out, something to articles/tutorials that meet that criteria so there’s a clear expectation before committing the time. I was interested in this article for the Docker content and usage examples which seem - at least to where I got - intact and current. I’m guessing it’s the Server-Side Swift and/or CouchDB portions that have become irrelevant or obsolete, so there may be more alteration/updates required.