PerfectDocs - Reference and documentation for Perfect (Server-side Swift)

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This library contains all the reference documentation and API reference-related material you need to run and use Perfect.We have transitioned to using JIRA for dealing with all pull requests, bugs, and any other support-related issues. Therefore, the GitHub "issues" tab has been disabled.

https://www.perfect.org
https://github.com/PerfectlySoft/PerfectDocs

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