My first tutorial at RayWenderlich.com: “SMS user authentication with Vapor and AWS”
A few months ago, RayWenderlich.com launched a Server Side Swift section and they were looking for authors to join the team. As I believe that Swift on the server has a promising future - and not only amongst iOS developers - I decided to apply.
After many weeks of effort and with the support of their great team (tech editors, editors, designers), the tutorial went live earlier this month and I couldn’t be more proud. I’ve been consuming content from RayWenderlich.com since 2013, be them tutorials, books and video courses. Joining their team is a dream coming true.
In this tutorial, the reader will learn how to build an SMS user authentication API using Vapor and Amazon’s AWS Simple Notification Service, SNS. Amongst the covered topics, are:
- How models work in Fluent and Vapor;
- How to register and use a protocol-based
- Token-based session authentication in Vapor;
- Registering routes in your server’s API;
- Using the AWS swift package, requesting SNS to send the SMS in your behalf;