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Perfect Empty Starter Project

This repository holds a blank Perfect project which can be cloned to serve as a starter for new work. It builds with Swift Package Manager and produces a stand-alone HTTP executable.

Compatibility with Swift

The master branch of this project currently compiles with Xcode 8.1 or the Swift 3.0.1 toolchain on Ubuntu.

Building & Running

The following will clone and build an empty starter project and launch the server on port 8181.

git clone https://github.com/PerfectlySoft/PerfectTemplate.git
cd PerfectTemplate
swift build

You should see the following output:

Starting HTTP server on with document root ./webroot

This means the server is running and waiting for connections. Access http://localhost:8181/ to see the greeting. Hit control-c to terminate the server.

Starter Content

The template file contains a very simple "hello, world!" example.

import PerfectLib
import PerfectHTTP
import PerfectHTTPServer

// Create HTTP server.
let server = HTTPServer()

// Register your own routes and handlers
var routes = Routes()
routes.add(method: .get, uri: "/", handler: {
		request, response in
		response.appendBody(string: "<html><title>Hello, world!</title><body>Hello, world!</body></html>")

// Add the routes to the server.

// Set a listen port of 8181
server.serverPort = 8181

// Set a document root.
// This is optional. If you do not want to serve static content then do not set this.
// Setting the document root will automatically add a static file handler for the route /**
server.documentRoot = "./webroot"

// Gather command line options and further configure the server.
// Run the server with --help to see the list of supported arguments.
// Command line arguments will supplant any of the values set above.

do {
	// Launch the HTTP server.
	try server.start()
} catch PerfectError.networkError(let err, let msg) {
	print("Network error thrown: \(err) \(msg)")


We are transitioning to using JIRA for all bugs and support related issues, therefore the GitHub issues has been disabled.

If you find a mistake, bug, or any other helpful suggestion you'd like to make on the docs please head over to http://jira.perfect.org:8080/servicedesk/customer/portal/1 and raise it.

A comprehensive list of open issues can be found at http://jira.perfect.org:8080/projects/ISS/issues

Further Information

For more information on the Perfect project, please visit perfect.org.