Up coming changes
Up coming changes
Next steps as a community project
It's official, Kitura is now under community maintainership.
We’re excited to announce the release of Kitura 2.9, alongside a number of other releases and improvements to the Kitura ecosystem.
We have just released SwiftKafka, a new Swift package for producing and consuming from an Apache Kafka distributed streaming platform
With the release of KituraKit 0.0.24, it is now possible to make type-safe requests to a Kitura server using a JWT for authentication
We’re excited to announce the release of Kitura 2.8, alongside a number of other releases and improvements to the Kitura ecosystem.
With the release of Kitura’s LoggerAPI 1.9, you can now easily direct your log messages to a swift-log logging backend
We’re delighted to announce the release of Kitura 2.7, alongside a range of other releases and improvements to the Kitura ecosystem.
We have just released version 3.3 of Swift-JWT. This utilizes our new BlueECC repository to support signing and verifying of JWTs using various algorithms
We have just released BlueECC, a new Swift package for cross-platform elliptic curve cryptography
We have just released Kitura-CouchDB 3.0, featuring a new Codable API
We are delighted to announce the release of Kitura 2.6, the latest release of the popular open source Swift web framework.
We have recently released version 3.0 of Swift-Kuery along with version 2.0 of Swift-Kuery-PostgreSQL, SwiftKueryMySQL and Swift-Kuery-SQLite
This blog will describe Kitura-Session’s new capabilities and provide an example of using sessions with a Kitura server
We have just released version 3.0 of Swift-JWT, our library for creating, signing, and verifying JSON Web Tokens
We have rewritten the Kitura Sample demo application to better showcase the capabilities of Kitura
Swift-JWT is a new, powerful Swift library for creating, signing, and verifying JWTs, and it works seamlessly with Kitura
Kitura 2.5 has recently been released – the latest update to the popular and powerful Swift web framework.
In Kitura 2.5, we have added the ability to customize the JSON encoders and decoders used by your router
We’re very pleased to announce the release of Kitura 2.4, the latest update to the Kitura web framework
In the 2.4 release of Kitura, we introduced a facility called Type-Safe Middleware, and with it two conforming implementations: Sessions and Credentials
In Kitura 2.4 we have made enhancements to Codable Query Parameters to support extra filtering
Kitura 2.4 now includes a feature that allows you to view the OpenAPI specification of your Kitura application
Kitura 2.4 enhances Codable routing by introducing “Type-Safe Middlewares”
Kitura-NIO has been designed to be API-compatible with current Kitura-net API, though the underlying implementation uses SwiftNIO
Kitura 2.4 introduces a new type-safe API for rendering Codable structures
In this blog, I will explain how to approach asynchronous programming on server-side Swift using Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) and OperationQueue.
In Kitura 2.3 , we added support for receiving POST requests, which use the application/x-www-form-urlencoded content type