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By Zeus! Become an Application God with Serverless Swift

In April, Meyume Ltd released “Weather Gods”: an app that enables users to receive custom, personalised, push notifications about the weather. As well as providing rich visualisations, graphics and audio allowing you to see hear and feel the weather, Weather Gods is unique in being built using an fully Serverless backend and being written entirely in Swift. In this session we’ll introduce you to Serverless, how to build serverless backends in Swift, and show you how the Weather Gods app was built.

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This talk was delivered live in June 2017 at AltConf. The video was recorded, produced, and transcribed by Realm, and is published here with the permission of the conference organizers.

Ian Partridge

Ian Partridge is a senior developer in the [email protected] team. As part of this he is leading IBM’s contributions to open source Foundation, and has also worked on the Kitura web framework and porting Grand Central Dispatch to Linux. He’s here today to talk about serverless Swift, and what that means for iOS developers.

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