A HTTP Server in Swift.
Public URL: http://188.8.131.52:5000
Swift 4 (For Linux only. If you're on OS X, Swift is bundled with Xcode)
Latest Xcode (For OSX only)
Any modern web browser / Postman / Paw or curl commands
Ruby (For running acceptance tests)
Clone or fork this repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/mrfishball/Swerver.git
CD into the repo directory and pull the submodule:
git submodule init git submodule update
To be able to open and edit in Xcode, in the root of the project directory, run:
$ swift package generate-xcodeproj
Running and testing Swerver in Xcode (Shortcut Keys)
In Xcode, go to 'Product', then 'Scheme' and make sure there's a checkmark next to Swerver-Package, then click on 'Edit Scheme...'. Now a window will pop up and on the left menu bar, select 'Run' then next to 'Executable' on the right plane select 'SwerverRunner'. Hit close. Follow the instruction below to run Swerver.
Command + R
To unit test:
Command + U
To stop Swerver:
Command + .
Compiling, testing and running Swerver with the Swift Package Manager
To build, run:
$ swift build
And to test, run:
$ swift test
Finally to run:
$ swift run
Acceptance Tests (Only if you are not using Xcode. See above for more detail on running in Xcode)
Inside the submodule directory (http_server_spec) run:
bundle exec spinach --tags ~@simple-post
to run all relevant tests
Running and testing Swerver in the docker container
To Build a Linux environment with Swift, cd into the project directory and run:
docker build -t swerver:latest .
Docker will test and build the project into a docker image.
After successfully building a docker image, run in the terminal:
docker run -p 5000:5000 swerver:latest
Swerver(docker) will now be running. Point to localhost:5000 to access it.
Deploying to AWS ECS (Requires AWS account and Docker)
For example deploy procedure, see Scripts/deploy.sh
Following the instructions in the terminal after running the server.
Steven Kwok (@mrfishball)
TTT is released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for further details.