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rpcx - A RPC service framework based on net/rpc like alibaba Dubbo and weibo Motan

  •    Go

go get -u -v github.com/smallnest/rpcx/...rpcx is a distributed RPC framework like Alibaba Dubbo and Weibo Motan. It is based on Go net/rpc and provides extra governance features.

protoactor-go - Proto Actor - Ultra fast distributed actors for Go, C# and Java/Kotlin

  •    Go

Introducing cross platform actor support between Go and C#.Can I use this? The Go implementation is still in beta, there are users using Proto Actor for Go in production already. But be aware that the API might change over time until 1.0.

armeria - Asynchronous RPC/REST library built on top of Java 8, Netty, HTTP/2, Thrift and gRPC

  •    Java

Visit the official web site for more information.Armeria is an open-source asynchronous RPC/API client/server library built on top of Java 8, Netty 4.1, HTTP/2, Thrift and gRPC. Its primary goal is to help engineers build high-performance asynchronous microservices that use HTTP/2 as a session layer protocol.

rejoiner - Generates a unified GraphQL schema from gRPC microservices and other Protobuf sources

  •    Java

These features are actively being developed.SchemaModule is a Guice module that is used to generate parts of a GraphQL schema. It finds methods and fields that have Rejoiner annotations when it's instantiated. It then looks at the parameters and return type of these methods in order to generate the appropriate GraphQL schema. Examples of queries, mutations, and schema modifications are presented below.




prototool - Your Swiss Army Knife for Protocol Buffers

  •    Go

Protobuf is one of the best interface description languages out there - it's widely adopted, and after over 15 years of use, it's practically bulletproof. However, working with Protobuf and maintaining consistency across your Protobuf files can be a pain - protoc, while being a tool that has stood the test of time, is non-trivial to use, and the Protobuf community has not developed common standards with regards to stub generation. Prototool aims to solve this by making working with Protobuf much simpler. Prototool accomplishes this by downloading and calling protoc on the fly for you, handing error messages from protoc and your plugins, and using the generated FileDescriptorSets for internal functionality, as well as wrapping a few great external libraries already in the Protobuf ecosystem.

grpc-web - gRPC Web implementation for Golang and TypeScript

  •    TypeScript

gRPC-Web is a cutting-edge spec that enables invoking gRPC services from modern browsers. If you are looking for gRPC support for Node.js there is an official Node.js gRPC library. This package supports Node.js, but requires that the server has the gRPC-Web compatibility layer (read on to understand more).

anycable - Polyglot replacement for Ruby WebSocket servers with Action Cable protocol

  •    Ruby

AnyCable allows you to use any WebSocket server (written in any language) as a replacement for your Ruby server (such as Faye, ActionCable, etc). AnyCable uses ActionCable protocol, so you can use ActionCable JavaScript client without any monkey-patching.


lile - Easily generate gRPC services in Go ⚡️

  •    Go

Lile is a application generator (think create-react-app, rails new or django startproject) for gRPC services in Go and a set of tools/libraries. The primary focus of Lile is to remove the boilerplate when creating new services by creating a basic structure, test examples, Dockerfile, Makefile etc.

gRPC-Java - The Java gRPC implementation. HTTP/2 based RPC

  •    Java

In gRPC a client application can directly call methods on a server application on a different machine as if it was a local object, making it easier for you to create distributed applications and services. As in many RPC systems, gRPC is based around the idea of defining a service, specifying the methods that can be called remotely with their parameters and return types.

go-grpc-middleware - Golang gRPC Middlewares: interceptor chaining, auth, logging, retries and more.

  •    Go

gRPC Go Middleware: interceptors, helpers, utilities. gRPC Go recently acquired support for Interceptors, i.e. middleware that is executed either on the gRPC Server before the request is passed onto the user's application logic, or on the gRPC client either around the user call. It is a perfect way to implement common patterns: auth, logging, message, validation, retries or monitoring.

grpc-gateway - gRPC to JSON proxy generator following the gRPC HTTP spec

  •    Go

grpc-gateway is a plugin of protoc. It reads gRPC service definition, and generates a reverse-proxy server which translates a RESTful JSON API into gRPC. This server is generated according to the google.api.http annotation in your gRPC service definition. It helps you to provide your APIs in both gRPC and RESTful style at the same time.

bloomrpc - GUI Client for GRPC Services

  •    TypeScript

The missing GUI Client for GRPC services. Inspired by Postman and GraphQL Playground. BloomRPC aim to give the simplest and efficient developer experience for exploring and querying your GRPC services.

grpcc - A gRPC cli interface for easy testing against gRPC servers

  •    Javascript

grpcc is a flexible command-line client for any gRPC server for quick and easy testing of APIs. grpcc is written in nodejs but can talk to a gRPC service written in any language. By default, grpcc will attempt to make a secure connection to the service. If you need an insecure connection, you can pass in the -i flag.

Tinode - Instant Messaging Server

  •    Go

Tinode is a Instant Messaging Server. It is not XMPP/Jabber. It is not compatible with XMPP. It's meant as a replacement for XMPP. On the surface, it's a lot like open source WhatsApp or Telegram. The goal of this project is to deliver on XMPP's original vision: create a modern open platform for federated instant messaging with an emphasis on mobile communication. A secondary goal is to create a decentralized IM platform that is much harder to track and block by the governments.

hyperf - 🚀 A coroutine framework that focuses on hyperspeed and flexibility

  •    PHP

Hyperf is an extremely performant and flexible PHP CLI framework based on Swoole 4.5+, powered by the state-of-the-art coroutine server and a large number of battle-tested components. Aside from the decisive benchmark outmatching against PHP-FPM frameworks, Hyperf also distinct itself by its focus on flexibility and composability. Hyperf ships with an AOP-enabling dependency injector to ensure components and classes are pluggable and meta programmable. All of its core components strictly follow the PSR standards and thus can be used in other frameworks. Hyperf's architecture is built upon the combination of Coroutine, Dependency injection, Events, Annotation, AOP (aspect-oriented programming). Core components provided by Hyperf can be used out of the box in coroutine context. The set includes but not limited to: MySQL coroutine client, Redis coroutine client, WebSocket server and client, JSON RPC server and client, gRPC server and client, Zipkin/Jaeger (OpenTracing) client, Guzzle HTTP client, Elasticsearch client, Consul client, ETCD client, AMQP component, Apollo configuration center, Aliyun ACM, ETCD configuration center, Token bucket algorithm-based limiter, Universal connection pool, Circuit breaker, Swagger, Swoole Tracker, Snowflake, Simply Redis MQ, RabbitMQ, NSQ, Nats, Seconds level crontab, Custom Processes, etc. Be assured Hyperf is still a PHP framework. You will also find familiar packages such as Middleware, Event Manager, Coroutine optimized Eloquent ORM (And Model Cache!), Translation, Validation, View engine (Blade/Smarty/Twig/Plates/ThinkTemplate) and more at your command.

grpc-rs - The gRPC library for Rust built on C Core library and futures

  •    Rust

gRPC-rs is a Rust wrapper of gRPC Core. gRPC is a high performance, open source universal RPC framework that puts mobile and HTTP/2 first. For Linux and MacOS, you also need to install gcc 4.9+ (or clang) too.

graphql-mesh - GraphQL Mesh — Query anything, run anywhere

  •    TypeScript

GraphQL Mesh allows you to use GraphQL query language to access data in remote APIs that don't run GraphQL (and also ones that do run GraphQL). It can be used as a gateway to other services, or run as a local GraphQL schema that aggregates data from remote APIs. The goal of GraphQL Mesh is to let developers easily access services that are written in other APIs specs (such as gRPC, OpenAPI/Swagger, OData, SOAP/WSDL, Apache Thrift, Mongoose, PostgreSQL, Neo4j, and also GraphQL) with GraphQL queries and mutations.






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