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Is there a reliable swift package for running a tcp connection from an ios app ?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 16 Sep 2021
I managed to make it kind of work with CFStreamCreatePairWithSocketToHost but it seems to be deprecated. SwiftSocket looks to be a good solution too but at this point I'm not very sure what to do or what to use.
I want to make a one-way messaging app but have no idea how to.
1 project | reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 30 Mar 2021
 Use Starscreamfor Swift or check out a tutorial on Apple's built-in stuff. Check out this tutorial too, so you understand WebSocketsmore in-depth before you take the plunge.
Swift WebSockets: Starscream or URLSession in 2021?
1 project | dev.to | 2 Mar 2021
For Swift programmers targeting iOS, macOS, and other Apple platforms in 2021, there are two main libraries that can be used to connect to a WebSocket server: Starscream and URLSession. While both are capable libraries, they also have advantages and disadvantages which are important to consider before choosing one over the other.
What are some alternatives?
WebSocket - WebSocket implementation for use by Client and Server
BlueSocket - Socket framework for Swift using the Swift Package Manager. Works on iOS, macOS, and Linux.
SocketIO-Kit - Socket.io iOS and OSX Client compatible with v1.0 and later
Alamofire - Elegant HTTP Networking in Swift
Swift-ActionCableClient - ActionCable is a new WebSocket server being released with Rails 5 which makes it easy to add real-time features to your app. This Swift client makes it dead-simple to connect with that server, abstracting away everything except what you need to get going.