Demo: Swift app leveraging OpenWhisk

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IBM Openwhisk Cloudant Slack Steps Learn how to use the new OpenWhisk editor in under 6 minutes!

In this demo, my colleague Conan created a Swift application that uses the Bluemix Watson Speech-to-Text and Tone Analyzer services to analyze different quotes. It then posts the results of the analysis to a Cloudant database.

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GitHub Repo for Swift App: gconan/BluemixMobileServicesDemoApp

From there, I used OpenWhisk so that every time there is a change in the Cloudant database, a trigger is activated. The JSONObject is then parsed with JavaScript and posted to Slack.

Configuring OpenWhisk:

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