• December 9, 2016

Seneca is a microservices toolkit for Node.js. It provides plugins that look after the foundations of your app. This leaves you free to focus on the real, business code. No need to worry about which database to use, how to structure your components, or how to manage dependencies, as these are all covered by a unified component model. You write everything as a command. Your commands get called whenever they match a set of properties. Your calling code doesn’t know, or care, which command gets the work done. One JavaScript object goes in, and another comes out, asynchronously.


  • September 3, 2016

This is a modular web framework that works on the OS X, Ubuntu and iOS. It can also be defined as an open source that accepts the pull requests. This modular web framework is written in pure swift.

It is meant for offering request routing by the use of pattern matching. This is through the complete swift type safety for the request parameters and details.

Vapor can be used to come up with a full web service with a complete website or the JSON responses. This requires either the template views or the pure HTML views that are rendering the use of stencil or the Mustache.

Vapor also comprises tools for the aid of custom cookies. Besides this, there is an additional clever validation feature in the framework. These are mainly meant to validate any kind of data that features into your application.

The other similar tools to vapor include the Runstatus, Hund and SwiftyBeaver among others.