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App Development for iOS is just plain easier on IBM Cloud

Digging through layers of cloud-integration documentation before even opening Xcode is precious time that you could spend building apps. In March 2018, Apple and IBM launched the IBM Cloud Developer Console for Apple to provide the fastest route to coding. It offers everything that you need to create a full-stack, production-ready cloud native application, no digging required.

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Redefining how Apple Developers build applications

Sorting through layers of documentation before even opening Xcode is precious time that could be spent coding. To help Apple developers save time, we’re excited to announce the IBM Cloud Developer Console for Apple, an experience on IBM Cloud that offers everything you need to build a full-stack cloud native application and nothing extra.

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For Performant Swift Serverless actions…

While coding and drafting “Mobile app with a Serverless Backend”, We came up with an idea to use Swift on the server-side for the iOS app (it’s an interesting use case).So, that it will cater the full stack swift developers out there. The same is true for the Android version of the app as well.

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Kitura 2.0 – Taking advantage of Codable Routes

Swift on the server remains a fresh frontier for the primarily-mobile programming language. Though the language itself is evolving at a rapid pace, the server side segment of the language is beginning to see an increase in adoption.

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IBM at OSCON 2017

IBM at OSCON 2017 May 8-11, 2017 Austin Convention Center Booth 301 Thanks to everybody who stopped by our booth, chatted with our developers, and joined our sessions at OSCON 2017. Keep checking this blog for post-event interviews, and links to the IBM keynote and sessions. If you missed the book signing, get the e-book […]

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Renaming of IBM Cloud Tools for Swift

As of version 1.6's release, IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT) supports Java and Node.js runtime deployments in addition to Swift. With ICT's next release of version 1.7, we are making it more apparent by renaming ICT to IBM Cloud Application Tools (ICAT).

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Introducing the IBM Cloud Developer Console

We just introduced The Bluemix Developer Console. Extending the current Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, this new experience goes beyond mobile and introduces new tools for quickly creating Cloud Native applications across web, mobile and backend. They aim to greatly cut down on development time by generating application starters with all the necessary boilerplate, build and configuration code, so that developers can start coding business logic faster.

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Bluemix Developer Console – Web Pattern

The Bluemix Developer Console, an evolution of the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard will follow a pattern based approach to building cloud native applications. The patterns will include but not limited to Mobile, Web, BFF( Backend for Frontend ) and Microservices. Each pattern will have a set of starters that a developer can use to get started. In this blog we will take a look at the Web Pattern.

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Bluemix Developer Console – BFF (Backend for Frontend) Pattern

The Bluemix Developer Console, an evolution of the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, will follow a pattern based approach to building cloud native applications. The patterns will include but not limited to Mobile, Web, BFF( Backend for Frontend ) and Microservices. Each pattern will have a set of starters that a developer can use to get started. In this blog we will take a look at the BFF Pattern.

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