CocoaConf Seattle Reveals a Dearth of Server-Side Swift Know-How

By Kyle Jessup

While attending the CocoaConf Seattle Apple developers’ conference earlier this month, I was reminded of... Read More

NSNorth 2016 Showcases Tech Prowess and Community Spirit

By Lucas Chang

The inaugural NSNorth 2016 iOS and Mac developers’ conference in Toronto was as much a technical and educational success as it was an inclusive networking and community event... Read More

How to Use Perfect with WebSockets

At a FirstMark Code Driven NYC meetup, the PerfectlySoft team was on-hand to delve into how Swift developers can leverage Perfect when programming with WebSockets

By Lucas Chang

At Code Driven NYC #9 on April 13, Sean and Kyle were invited to share some history and context about Perfect, and provide examples of how to use it with WebSockets... Read More

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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend NSNorth 2016

The Perfect team will be in attendance at Canada’s independent,
three-day iOS and Mac developers’ conference in Toronto

By Lucas Chang

As the kickoff to the NSNorth 2016 developers’ conference in Toronto on April 28 inches near, the Perfect team is becoming increasingly excited. We’re proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this three-day event that will explore a broad range of topics about building apps for the iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and OS X platforms... Read more

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Heroku Buildpack, Ubuntu Linux for Perfect Available Now

First of many Swift and Perfect buildpacks freely available on GitHub

Many of you have asked us about Perfect deployment options in recent weeks... Read More

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Apache Is the Perfect License

By Sean Stephens

Last November, we gambled when we introduced Perfect to the world. As the first freely available server-side Swift web server and development toolkit, our timing was pinned to the hope Apple would follow through on an earlier pledge to open source their Swift programming language... Read more

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First Swift Developer Conference a Unifying, Eye-Opening Experience

Recalling three days at the try! Swift developer conference in Japan

By Lucas Chang

The inaugural try! Swift developer conference in Tokyo was intense, educational, and rewarding beyond my lofty expectations... Read more

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