MistKit 0.2.0 - Server-Side and Command-Line Access to CloudKit Web Services

I built a library to access CloudKit Web Services via Swift. Why?

Because the CloudKit framework is not available outside of Apple operative systems. Therefore, if you are doing anything server-side (i.e. Linux) then you can use MistKit to swiftly access CloudKit via the web services. I use this specifically for my app Heartwitch.

Version 0.2.0 includes built-in support and helpers for SwiftNIO and Vapor.

Your input and feedback is great appreciated!

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This looks very cool: it seems extremely thorough and has a wide feature set, as well as lots of great integrations. Really good work!

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This is great! I've been wanting such a thing! Anything I can do to help with Kitura integration?

Hey @dannys42

Thanks for asking! I know barely anything about Kitura but if you are willing to implement a plugin for it that would be fantastic. There are two main components I implemented for integration with Vapor:

1. HTTPClient

This protocol is for making http request in whatever manner the developer wishes to do so...

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2. Storing the CloudKit Web Authentication Token

For Vapor, there are two ways to do:

I would recommend looking the Vapor code for ideas on how I've implemented this.

Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.
Leo

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Cool thanks! I'll check it out.

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