The Bolt network protocol is a network protocol designed for high-performance access to graph databases. Bolt is a connection-oriented protocol, using a compact binary encoding over TCP or web sockets for higher throughput and lower latency.
The reference implementation can be found [here][https://github.com/neo4j-contrib/boltkit]. This codebase is the Swift implementation, and is used by Theo, the Swift Neo4j driver.
The implementation supports both SSL-encrypted and plain-text connections. If there is no certificate and key provided with the SSL configuration, Bolt-swift will attempt to generate it.
Note, tests are destructive to the data in the database under test, so run them on a database created especially for running the tests
To use directly with Xcode, type "swift package generate-xcodeproj"
Swift Package Manager
Add the following to your dependencies array in Package.swift:
.Package(url: "https://github.com/niklassaers/bolt-swift.git", majorVersion: 0),
and you can now do a
to your Podfile, and you can now do
to have Bolt included in your Xcode project via CocoaPods
in your Cartfile. If this is your entire Cartfile, do
If you have already done that, do
cd Carthage/Checkouts/bolt-swift swift package generate-xcodeproj cd -
And Carthage is now set up. You can now do
carthage build --platform Mac
and you should find a build for macOS. If you want to build for iOS, before generating the Xcode project, remove the ShellOut dependency from Package.swift, and then use --platoform iOS instead. tvOS and watchOS builds with Carthage are currently unavailable.