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  1. 🛡Security library covering Cryptography, Hashing, HMAC, Random, PBKDF, PKCS, X509, PKCS10

    Swift 35 12

  2. 🧪 PotentCodables - A potent set of implementations and extensions to the Swift Codable system

    C 28 6

  3. 📒 OSLogTrace - Apple System Logging, Signposts & Activity Tracing

    Swift 4

  4. Sunday 🙏 The framework of REST for Swift

    Swift 2

  5. Kotlin and Java API for generating .swift source files.

    Kotlin 169 10

  6. A Kotlin/Java API for generating .ts source files.

    Kotlin 24

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October 2021

Created 5 commits in 1 repository
Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in quarkusio/quarkus that received 9 comments

Add support for SmallRye Reactive Messaging RabbitMQ Connector

No runtime features are added. Just the required dependencies and Dev Services support for RabbitMQ. RabbitMQ Dev Services supports the same featur…

+2,592 −6 9 comments
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
quarkusio/quarkus-quickstarts 1 pull request
smallrye/smallrye-reactive-messaging 1 pull request

Created an issue in vert-x3/vertx-rabbitmq-client that received 1 comment

RabbitMQClient allows multiple simultaneous calls to start()

Questions Do not use this issue tracker to ask questions, instead use one of these channels. Questions will likely be closed without notice. Version …

1 comment
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
smallrye/smallrye-reactive-messaging 1 closed

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