Build Apps with Ease
Swim applications are comprised of stateful web agents, which represent real-world objects, and streamlets, bits of application logic which continuously analyze streaming inputs, update their own state, and stream output over their links to other streamlets or to users and applications. By combining web agents and streamlets, Swim developers can quickly model even the most complex real-world systems, processes and environments.
To try Swim, check out an example application, like Ripple, Traffic, Transit. Or clone a starter application on which to base a new app.
Ripple is a real-time synchronous shared multiplayer experience built on the Swim platform
Traffic processes 30,000 data points per second from connected traffic intersections
Transit analyzes application performance to deliver continuous insights in real-time
Cookbook examples are real-world examples of SwimOS concepts in action.