Serverless GitLab bot on Swifty

What is GitLab bot? Imagine you need to automate the process to react on new issues created in your task management system like Jira or GitLab. What kind of automation? Automatically add tag depends on issue name, fix the milestone, add assignee or just comment. Here I will show you

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Language Support Matrix

Supported Languages   Currently we support the following languages and associated libraries: Languages  Features  Golang  Python  Ruby JavaScript  Swift  Imports Mongo  Yes Yes Yes Yes No  Maria  Yes Yes No No No  S3  Yes Yes No No No  AuthJWT  Yes Yes No Yes No  Libraries  Mongo Yes Yes No No

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Quantum Checkers

How did we get to Swifty?   We were working on our own app – checkers with quantum theory rules called Quantum Checkers. Quantum Checkers does not need complex backend but it still needs user authentication to track your score and achievements. Looks easy right? But we realised that to

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Create and publish ToDo application using Swifty

Introduction   In this article, I’ll show you how to create and host simple ToDo application with authentication, profile and task management using Swifty. We will use swifty.todo application written on Vue.js as an example. Our swifty.todo application includes the following features: Authentication with integrated Authentication-as-a-Service User profile management Task management

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Serverless website on Swifty

What is serverless website?   This is simple serverless website and this is serverless application. In some cases, for example for static websites or SPA applications, you do not need to build and support complex webserver environment. It is much easier just to put your static files to Object Storage

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Quick Start Guide

What is Swifty?   Swifty is a serverless platform that allows you to develop and run backend for your web or mobile applications as fast as possible without having to manage any infrastructure. With Swifty, you do not need to think about your application’s scalability or availability, we do it

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Swyctl Reference Guide

Installing Swyctl   Aside from using the swifty.dashboard web panel, you can also manage Swifty with the swyctl command-line tool that lets you do even more. The swyctl CLI tool is available for Mac via brew. It will be available for Linux later. Install it as follows: # brew tap swiftycloud/swyctl

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Serverless Telegram bot on Swifty

Introduction In this article, I’ll show you how to create simple Telegram bot on webhooks written in Python 3 and deploy it to Swifty. To create such bot we need only little Python knowledge, Telegram account and… Swifty! Register your bot First of all you need to register your bot

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Function’s Basic – Swifty.Library

When writing a function one may attach a swifty library to its code that provides some handy facilities. All libs are heavily language-specific. == Golang == import ( “swifty” ) * func MongoDatabase(mwn string) (*mgo.Database, error) returns a mongo database pointer for the middleware of the given name * func

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Function’s Basic – How To Write A Function With Swifty

Summary   Here’s a guide helping to code a function for swifty. Swifty supports several programming languages, so there are common things, that apply to all, and some specific. First of all, the “function” from swifty point of view is a language, well, function called Main (capitalized, yes). The function

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