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We wanted to see how to get a Swift API running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Easier than said, we quickly realized there are a lot of different products needed in AWS, so we created a new Terraform project to consistently re-create the environment.
Recently we started a Swift API proof of concept and wanted to see if we can deploy the service with "the tools we know" from Node.js: continuous integration in the cloud and deployment to serverless / managed k8s platforms. TL;DR: It works! And very similar to working with Node.js services.
GitHub Pro Tips for Projects with Multiple Repositories. A good practice when working with multiple services in the same project is to create a new repository for each service. And since GitHub changed the pricing from “per repo” to “per user”, companies were not restricted to 10 repositories any longer to save money.