Omnis 2 Backendless

OMNIS as a REST Client using PUSH…

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Example how easy and fast OMNIS uses PUSH operations against a 3rd party Server (Backendless)

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Swift server versus Node.js

Can Server-Side Swift beat Node.js?

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Swift as a primary language for everything, including the server, has been intriguing since it was first open sourced and ported to Linux. Many of you are assuredly as curious as I am, so I’m very pleased to share the results of Ryan Collins study here. He would say that Server-Side Swift is well on its way to being a very big contender in the programming arena.

Swift server versus Node.js

Swift server versus Node.js

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