Overview

What is IBM Cloud® Developer Console for Apple?

Focus on your idea. IBM will make it production-ready through the automatic configuration of your development environment, seamless integration with a DevOps toolchain and easy access to add AI, database and mobile services.

Benefits

Focus on coding, not configuration

Autoconfigure your development, testing and production Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry environments.

Choose your frameworks and tools

Use your stack or pick a preintegrated starter kit preconfigured for cloud-native app development.

Integrate with AI, data and mobile

Get on-demand access to a set of cloud services made for application development on Apple platforms.

Featured resources

Programming with Swift on IBM Cloud

Step-by-step instructions for developing a cloud-native iOS app, integrating IBM Cloud services.

Swift SDKs for IBM Cloud services

Integrate IBM Cloud services into your Apple application, using our Swift SDKs.

IBM Cloud® Developer Tools CLI

Build, debug and deploy your application, using our command-line interface (CLI).

Frequently asked questions

How is this offering unique?

This is a one-stop-shop for developers building applications for Apple platforms on the IBM Cloud. Build cloud-native, production-ready applications without the need to search through documentation to find what applies to Apple development. Virtually everything an Apple developer needs to build a cloud-native, full-stack application can be found in the console.

How are developers guided?

Using the aggregation of all related documentation, you’re guided through setting up your development environment; deploying to Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry or OpenWhisk; and using or adding SDKs. Follow the documentation and walk through a self-explanatory UI to generate and deploy a preconfigured application.

How does this make IBM Cloud different?

Other cloud platforms do not offer a comprehensive view for Apple developers. IBM Cloud makes it easier so developers can spend more time in Apple’s integrated development environment for macOS — Xcode — and less time in the deep corners of documentation.

What benefit will this provide the developer community?

Developers can instantly start coding in Xcode and innovating with IBM Cloud services like IBM Watson Visual Recognition and IBM® Push Notifications. It’s not necessary to spend days or weeks combing through documentation and setting up a development environment.

What advantage will this bring to the enterprise?

By helping developers build quicker and easier with a specifically curated experience to develop native iOS apps that connect to the IBM Cloud, enterprises reduce development costs.

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