First post, correct me if this is the wrong place.
I'm a big fan of the swift programming language, and would love to use it on the server.
Coming from a lot of node.js/python/java programming, I always liked the client libraries that were provided by google, that made it seem easy to get up and running with any of the APIs.
However, since it's fairly new on the server, these client libraries don't exist for swift.
I think that this is a pretty big turn off for anyone wanting to try out swift on the server, the fact that they'll have to build web requests manually or build a library themselves.
I found that someone from google had started to make a basic implementation of auto-generating these APIs, so I decided to work on it further to make it more fit for purpose.
Have a look here: https://github.com/Mark-McCracken/google-api-swift-client
I've gotten it to a state where it will successfully compile any discovery document that google currently provides (currently 169 APIs).
I was wondering what further steps I'd need to take to make these libraries what you might call 'production-ready', and how I could make it as easy as possible for someone to install one of these libraries into their project for use?