kite - Micro-service framework in Go

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Kite is a framework for developing micro-services in Go. Kite is both the name of the framework and the micro-service that is written by using this framework. Basically, Kite is a RPC server as well as a client. It connects to other kites and peers to communicate with each other. They can discover other kites using a service called Kontrol, and communicate with them bidirectionaly. The communication protocol uses a WebSocket (or XHR) as transport in order to allow web applications to connect directly to kites.

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