Learn what the Vapor framework does and how it compares to similar frameworks.
- Vapor is a leading Server-Side Swift framework…available to developers.…It's one of the most used…and most contributed to by the open-source community.…Started by Tanner Nelson and Logan Wright,…it's grown to be a well-supported project…with hundreds of members contributing…to its continued development.…It's meant to be expressive and easy to use,…providing you with an effective tool set out of the box,…that is also extremely extensible…to your own customizable desires.…
And, best of all, it was written…from the ground up in Swift 3.…Vapor comes bundled with several packages and modules…that help give the system extra functionality.…First, you have the core Vapor framework.…This gives you access to such features as…user authentication, session management,…cookie handling, and routing.…Fluent is a package that handles all…of your data models, its relationships,…and the querying of SQL and NoSQL databases.…
Engine handles your core transport layers,…such as HTTP, Uri parsing,…WebSockets, and SMTP mailing.…Leaf is a view template engine,…
- Reviewing the concept of server-side Swift
- Installing Vapor in a local environment
- Creating a new Vapor project
- Reviewing Vapor's built-in capabilities to interact with external services
- Registering and authenticating with the Dark Sky API
- Working with Leaf templates
- Setting up a Heroku account
- Using common troubleshooting techniques
Skill Level Intermediate
Core Data for iOS and macOS Enterprise Developerswith Jon Bott1h 46m Intermediate
1. Open-Source Swift and Vapor Background
2. Vapor's System Layer
3. Working with Vapor
4. View Templating
5. Deploying to Heroku
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