Server-side Swift: Making Canopy – Max Howell – Medium


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Recently I built and released Canopy, a service that provides instant push notifications for activity on your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. I haven’t worked on anything server-side…
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17 days ago by mudkip
Part 1 of 6 Recently I built and released Canopy , a service that provides push notifications for your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. The apps…
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9 weeks ago by broderboy
Part 1 of 6 Recently I built and released Canopy , a service that provides push notifications for your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. The apps…
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9 weeks ago by chrispoole
Recently I built and released Canopy, a service that provides instant push notifications for activity on your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. Both client and server-side are Swift. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by domingogallardo
Part 1 of 6 Recently I built and released Canopy , a service that provides instant push notifications for activity on your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac…
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9 weeks ago by stevenbedrick
Interesting thinking about Swift on server side.
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9 weeks ago by traggett
Part 1 of 6 Recently I built and released Canopy , a service that provides instant push notifications for activity on your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac…
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10 weeks ago by muhh
Recently I built and released Canopy, a service that provides push notifications for your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. The apps are Swift and server-side is also Swift. It’s Swift at every level.
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10 weeks ago by brokenrhino
Part 1 of 6 Recently I built and released Canopy , a service that provides push notifications for your GitHub repositories with apps for Mac and iOS. The apps…
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10 weeks ago by hskf