When Apple open sourced Swift, it was only a matter of time before the server-side frameworks started rolling out. Perhaps that time is now? Amazon’s entry is called Smoke, and InfoQ has the deets:
Amazon Smoke framework is a new open-source light-weight server-side framework written in Swift and aimed to build REST-like or RPC-like services. Its architecture stresses ease of use and favours a pure-functional programming style for request handlers.
Click through for some code snippets and to learn exactly how Smoke is built (hint: they’re using SwiftNIO)