How to Think in Server-side Swift | raywenderlich.com

Server-side Swift opens exciting new worlds to Swift developers and best of breed frameworks like Kitura and Vapor expose the full power of Swift. In this post you’ll learn the key differences between Client- and Server-side Swift environments, and how to use them to take better advantages of Swift in its Server-side form.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.raywenderlich.com/3858252-how-to-think-in-server-side-swift

I had some comments on this topic that lead to a little blog post :slight_smile: https://bonkowski.net/posts/serverside-swift/

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Thanks for the feedback — you make some good points. I’d personally suggest that as Swift, Go, modern JavaScript and other languages continue to coexist in the server-side web space, each language and framework will likely seek to further streamline and incorporate the best aspects of the others. This interchange and cross-pollination should ultimately be a very good thing for us all! :]

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