Building Swift for Linux on Debian Stretch

Swift for Linux packages are officially provided for Ubuntu. If you want to run Swift on another Linux server flavor, you are on your own. Fortunately, building Swift on Linux is pretty straightforward once you know how to do it. Please, note that the build process is quite heavy and your likely need more than […]

Reading iOS Provisioning Profile in your Swift App

In this short post, I will describe how to a read provisioning profile from iOS mobile app to discover some apps metadata. The mobile provisioning profile is a file embedded by XCode when you build and package your application. It contains several pieces of information that can be useful for your app. For example, you […]

What’s new in ejabberd Business Edition and ejabberd SaaS in October

We have been adding many improvements to ejabberd Business Edition and are rolling them out for new ejabberd SaaS customers in October. HTTP file transfer using S3 and Minio ejabberd Business Edition was previously supporting HTTP file transfer using Amazon AWS S3 backend. We now created and documented the process where our customers can host […]

ProcessOne is hiring: Go Backend Developer

There’s a new space to watch on our website – ProcessOne Careers! We are expanding and at the moment we have an exciting new job opportunity for a Go Backend Developer. Go Backend Developer ProcessOne is seeking an experienced Go backend developer to join our team in the heart of Paris. Coming from an Erlang […]

ProcessOne is hiring: Javascript / Typescript Frontend Developer

There’s a new space to watch on our website – ProcessOne Careers! We are expanding and at the moment we have an exciting new job opportunity for a Javascript / Typescript Frontend Developer. Javascript / Typescript Frontend Developer ProcessOne is seeking an experienced Javascript / Typescript frontend developer to join our team in the heart […]

ejabberd 18.09

The summer holidays season is often a time of great inspiration. This year we used that opportunity to focus on important groundwork on ejabberd codebase. However, we also decided to work on making ejabberd more accessible to newcomers. For all these reasons, ejabberd is equally important for our growing community of users, for our customers, […]

Toward hybrid Macbooks with Apple and Intel CPU?

Rumors have been growing lately on Apple moving away from Intel chip to build Macbook laptop running solely on their own Apple-made CPU by 2020. Intel stock dropped as a result of those speculations. As pointed out by John Gruber, the transition would be very difficult. The mythical Apple hybrid OS Other rumors point to […]

Developing a basic Swift Echo Server using Swift-NIO

Swift-NIO: a port of Netty I am not a Java or JVM type of developer. That’s probably one of the reasons I never felt the need to try Netty framework. I have been developing all my high-performance server code in Erlang, Elixir or Go and was happy with the tooling. However, Apple recently published Swift-NIO, […]

The Challenges of Building Real-Time Applications

Real-time is everywhere. Users are now expecting that applications can update and display pieces of information in real time. Whether you are building a chat application, a website, a mobile app, or a business application, users want to be notified, receive pushes (properly targeted), be able to react instantly and have the user interface always […]