From Antwerp to London, Devoxx events are well known for delivering some of the best content and experiences for developers. IBM is proud to be the Diamond Sponsor of the inaugural Devoxx US Conference, March 21-23, 2017 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA.
Serverless computing on IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk, now generally available with Swift runtime support, offering one of the most exciting combinations of technologies for end-to-end mobile application development.
Cognitive Concierge makes recommendations to the user based on a conversation with the app’s chatbot. Learn how to create your own.
This blog post gives you an intro to an Enhanced Bluemix Mobile Dashboard. Mobile Dashboard is an enhanced App Builder with simpler Push Notifications, Analytics integration and with added support for iOS swift code generation.
Serving as a mentor for teenage students at the Lowekey Lab Summer Camp in Maple Heights, Ohio.
How to use Swift client to generate temporary URL for GET and PUT operations to Bluemix Object Storage. This allows you to share a URL that will be valid for a period of time without handing out credentials.
IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT) makes it easy for developers on macOS to deploy, manage, and monitor end-to-end applications on Bluemix. The tool is part of a larger IBM initiative to bring Swift to the server. Watch a new video on the topic here.
Developers targeting the Apple platforms have taken to Swift with impressive speed, and with Apple's drive to open source the Swift tool chain and libraries, Swift is starting to take hold outside Apple's platforms, too – and IBM is right there in the mix. SwiftCloudant, which is our official Swift client library now available as early release, creates an asynchronous, operations-based API for Cloudant that feels "Swifty".
Are you a developer on macOS who wants to quickly run Swift samples locally and deploy them to Bluemix? If so, IBM Cloud Tools for Swift is what you need. This video shows how you can get started with a Swift sample, run it locally on your Mac, then run it remotely on Bluemix.