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Server-Side Swift

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Overview

In this course, built in collaboration with IBM and Hashicorp, you'll learn how to build server-side Swift applications that run on Linux and in the cloud, including how to use Swift to build a microservices backend. This course covers the best practices for constructing and deploying server-side Swift using industry-proven tools like Docker and Terraform.

Whether you're an Apple developer, a full stack developer, or just getting started with app development, this course offers an opportunity to master server-side Swift, while gaining vital transferable skills that can be used with any server-side stack. Enroll in the course today, and you'll enjoy a feature-packed learning experience that is fun, informative, and loaded with expert input from leading companies in industry.



Why Take This Course?

When Apple open-sourced Swift, it created ripples throughout the development community, especially for those who wanted to extend Swift beyond the world of Apple devices. Fast-forward to today, and Swift is flourishing as a language for traditional Apple applications and server-side applications that run on Linux environments. It is now possible for developers to create end-to-end applications in Swift—one language for everything, from iOS clients to web servers.

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