AeroGear Push notification on iOS8AeroGear UnifiedPush Server is ready with updated payload. What does it mean for your app?
Get ready: Switch to SwiftGetting ready before the iOS8 release got its price. It means some efforts to keep our demos and libraries up to the latest beta version and of course as it's beta, it takes some radars filling and workarounds. Currently all our Swift code compile against the latest Xcode6 beta6 (out the 18th August). Some workarounds are needed specially around framework build. I recommend you follow that mailing list thread for more details.
Give Swift Push lib and demos a trialIf you're all set up (latest Xcode6 and iOS8 device), give a spin to our HelloWorld Swift demo, you can use the OpenShift admin console to push messages. If you want to delve into more complete app, try our full blown server side and client side demo app Contact in its Swift branch.
Going further into SwiftAeroGear iOS team has chosen to go Swift first for the next releases.
You can check out our roadmap and you'll see most of the upcoming tickets are Swift based ;)
We've just baked aerogear-ios-httpstub, you can read more about its insights in my previous blog post. We're working on aerogear-ios-http a lightweight layer to take care of your http requests and our OAuth2 module is on its way.
Switch to Swift?