Swim actor runtime.
Agent programming interface.
Composable command line argument parser.
Swim authenticator runtime.
Apache Avro codec that incrementally parses and writes swim-structure values.
Swim Command Line Interface.
Web Agent client runtime.
Incremental I/O; functional parsers and writers; display, debug, and diagnostic formatters; and Unicode and binary codecs.
Immutable, structure sharing collections, including hash array mapped tries, finger tries, B-trees, and S-trees (sequence trees).
Timer, task, and continuation passing style interfaces, with lightweight scheduler and execution stage implementations.
Comma-Separated Values (CSV) codec that incrementally parses and writes swim-structure values.
Compiler from swim-structure expressions to live-updated data models.
Lock-free document store—optimized for high rate atomic state changes—that concurrently commits and compacts on-disk log-structured storage files without blocking parallel in-memory updates to associative B-tree maps, spatial Q-tree maps, sequential S-tree lists, and singleton U-tree values.
DEFLATE codec that incrementally compresses and decompresses streams.
Language binding interfaces.
swim.api dynamic language bindings.
java.base dynamic language bindings.
swim.observable dynamic language bindings.
swim.structure dynamic language bindings.
HTTP message model and wire protocol codec that incrementally decodes and encodes HTTP streams without intermediate buffering.
HTTP/2 frame model and wire protocol codec that incrementally decodes and encodes HTTP/2 streams without intermediate buffering.
Explicitly flow-controlled, non-blocking, parallel I/O engine, with swim-codec-modulated socket modems, and TCP and TLS transports.
HTTP client and server socket modems for pipelining and concurrently transporting explicitly flow-controlled HTTP streams over a network without blocking or intermediate buffering.
MQTT socket modem for concurrently transporting explicitly flow-controlled MQTT streams over a network without blocking or intermediate buffering.
WARP socket modem for multiplexing and concurrently transporting prioritized explicitly flow-controlled WARP treams over a network, without blocking or intermediate buffering.
WebSocket modem for concurrently transporting explicitly flow-controlled WebSocket streams over a network without blocking or intermediate buffering, and swim-io-http requesters and responders for upgrading HTTP client and server modems to WebSocket modems.
Java kernel runtime.
Swim kernel runtime.
Mathematical and geometric structures, including rings, fields, vector modules and spaces, affine spaces, tensor spaces, probability distributions, and associated operators.
Swim reflection runtime.
MQTT packet model and wire protocol codec that incrementally decodes and encodes MQTT streams without intermediate buffering.
Collection interfaces that notify registered observers of precise state changes.
Protocol Buffers (protobuf) codec that incrementally parses and writes swim-structure values.
Object notation with attributes, like if JSON and XML had a baby.
Web Agent remote router.
Signing and encryption of swim-structure values using the JSON Web Key (JWK), JSON Web Signature (JWS), JSON Web Token (JWT), and OpenID standards.
Swim server loader.
Swim network service runtime.
Web service runtime.
Geospatial projections and spatial collections, including sparse prefix Q-trees optimized for continuous n-body geofencing and real-time spatial clustering and reduction.
Storage runtime interface.
Database storage runtime.
In-memory storage runtime.
Stateful, streaming component model for application componets that continuously consume input state from streaming inlets, and continuously produce output state on streaming outlets.
Generic structured data model, with support for selectors, expressions, and lambda functions.
Swim system interfaces.
Rich object model for working with Uniform Resource Identifiers, URI subcomponents, and URI patterns, including an efficient and safe codec for parsing and writing compliant URI strings.
Extended collection, iterator, and builder interfaces, lightweight cache sets and maps, and other foundational utilities.
Swim polyglot virtual machine integration.
WebSocket protocol for dynamically multiplexing large numbers of bidirectional links to streaming API endpoints, called lanes, of URI-addressed distributed objects, called nodes, that run stateful distributed processes, called Web Agents.
High-level web server API and routing DSL, with HTTP, WebSocket, and WARP routing directives.
WebSocket frame model and wire protocol codec that incrementally decodes and encodes fragmented WebSocket streams without intermediate buffering.
eXtensible Markup Language (XML) codec that incrementally parses and writes swim-structure values.