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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.

Armeria - Build any type of microservice leveraging your favorite technologies, including gRPC, Thrift, Kotlin, Retrofit, Reactive Streams, Spring Boot and Dropwizard

  •    Java

Armeria is your go-to microservice framework for any situation. You can build any type of microservice leveraging your favorite technologies, including gRPC, Thrift, Kotlin, Retrofit, Reactive Streams, Spring Boot and Dropwizard. Armeria is capable of running services using different protocols, all on a single port. No need for any proxies or sidecars.

ScalaPB - Protocol buffer compiler for Scala

  •    Scala

ScalaPB is a protocol buffer compiler (protoc) plugin for Scala. It will generate Scala case classes, parsers and serializers for your protocol buffers. Each top-level message and enum is written to a separate Scala file. This results in a significant improvement in incremental compilations.




evans - Evans: more expressive universal gRPC client

  •    Go

above usecases is corresponding to Evans's two modes, REPL mode, and command-line mode. proto file which read in demonstration and its implementation are available at ktr0731/evans-demo.

go-microservice-helpers - A collection of handy snippets that simplify creation of GRPC servers and clients

  •    Go

A collection of handy snippets that simplify creation of GRPC servers and clients. The provided helpers allow to create grpc endpoints with zipkin distributed tracing pre-configured; spawn http servers that serve both grpc and common http traffic; simplify golang crypto primitives to load EC keys.

gapic-generator-kotlin - Generate Kotlin gRPC client libraries from Protocol Buffer definitions.

  •    Kotlin

Kgen creates idiomatic coroutine-based gRPC Kotlin client libraries from a protocol buffer description of an API. It supports full-stack Kotlin development on the server and in Android applications.

traefik-grpc - gRPC load balancing with Traefik

  •    Go

gRPC load balancing with Traefik. The README is heavily inspired from traefik docs. As gRPC needs HTTP2, we need valid HTTPS certificates on both gRPC Server and Træfik.


grpc_kit - A kit for creating gRPC server/client in Ruby.

  •    Ruby

A kit for creating gRPC server/client in Ruby. More Details in examples directory.

tropicRPC - A VS Code extension that provides gRPC API endpoint testing.

  •    TypeScript

A Visual Studio Code extension that provides gRPC Remote Procedure Call (gRPC) API endpoint testing. tropicRPC can be installed from the VS Code Extensions Marketplace here.

gax-kotlin - Google API extensions for Kotlin.

  •    Kotlin

Google API extensions for Kotlin. KGax is a small set of utility libraries for interacting with generated gRPC Java stubs in Kotlin using coroutines.

coherence-js-client - The Coherence JavaScript Client

  •    TypeScript

Coherence JavaScript Client allows Node applications to act as cache clients to a Coherence Cluster using gRPC framework as the network transport. Before testing the library, you must ensure a Coherence cluster is available. For local development, we recommend using the Coherence CE Docker image; it contains everything necessary for the client to operate correctly.






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