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Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development: Build
Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development: Build
Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development: Build

Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development: Build microservices for mobile and web applications using Swift 5 and Vapor 4

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About Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development: Build

Product Description Learn to design and deploy fully functioning microservices for your applications from scratch using Swift, Docker, and AWS Key Features Understand server-side Swift development concepts for building your first microservice Build microservices using Vapor 4 and deploy them to the cloud using Docker Learn effective techniques for enhancing maintainability and stability of your Swift applications Book Description The capabilities of the Swift programming language are extended to server-side development using popular frameworks such as Vapor. This enables Swift programmers to implement the microservices approach to design scalable and easy-to-maintain architecture for iOS, macOS, iPadOS, and watchOS applications. This book is a complete guide to building microservices for iOS applications. You'll start by examining Swift and Vapor as backend technologies and compare them to their alternatives. The book then covers the concept of microservices to help you get started with developing your first microservice. Throughout this book, you'll work on a case study of writing an e-commerce backend as a microservice application. You'll understand each microservice as it is broken down into details and written out as code throughout the book. You'll also become familiar with various aspects of server-side development such as scalability, database options, and information flow for microservices that are unwrapped in the process. As you advance, you'll get to grips with microservices testing and see how it is different from testing a monolith application. Along the way, you'll explore tools such as Docker, Postman, and Amazon Web Services. By the end of the book, you'll be able to build a ready-to-deploy application that can be used as a base for future applications. What you will learn Grasp server-side Swift development concepts using practical examples Understand the microservices approach and why Swift is a great choice for building microservices Design and structure mobile and web applications using microservices architecture Discover the available database options and understand which one to choose Scale and monitor your microservices Use Postman to automate testing for your microservices API Who this book is for The book is for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS developers and Swift programmers who want to understand how Swift can be used for building microservices. The book assumes familiarity with Swift programming and the fundamentals of the web, including how APIs work. Table of Contents Introduction to Microservices Understanding Server-Side Swift Getting Started with the Vapor Framework Planning an Online Store Application Creating Your First Microservice Application Structure and Database Design Writing the User Service Testing Microservices Product Management Service Understanding Microservices Communication Order Management Service Best Practices Hosting Microservices Docker and the Cloud Deploying Microservices in the Cloud Scaling and Monitoring Microservices Review I had the pleasure of meeting Ralph in person at the first Server-Side Swift conference in Berlin in 2018. We met again at the next conference in Copenhagen. Ralph is quite a friendly person and we spent a lot of time getting to know each other and sharing ideas. Ralph's experience studying and practicing business spanning over a decade have given him unique insights into the problems facing web developers today. In addition to his business acumen, he also has a deep understanding of programming. A man after my own heart, he's always eager to try new things and share his knowledge with others. A few months before we met in person, Ralph's company, Skelpo, became Vapor's second major sponsor. This early support for the framework has proven to be invaluable. Beyond mere sponsorship, Ralph has been actively involved with the development of the framework. He is quick to adopt changes and give feedback. This feedback is critical to Vapor's success an