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seneca - A microservices toolkit for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Seneca is a toolkit for writing microservices and organizing the business logic of your app. You can break down your app into "stuff that happens", rather than focusing on data models or managing dependencies.Use this module to define commands that work by taking in some JSON, and, optionally, returning some JSON. The command to run is selected by pattern-matching on the the input JSON. There are built-in and optional sets of commands that help you build Minimum Viable Products: data storage, user management, distributed logic, caching, logging, etc. And you can define your own product by breaking it into a set of commands - "stuff that happens". That's pretty much it.

Slim - A micro framework for PHP

  •    PHP

Slim is a PHP micro framework that helps you quickly write simple yet powerful web applications and APIs. Slim provides a fast and powerful router that maps route callbacks to specific HTTP request methods and URIs. It supports parameters and pattern matching. Slim supports any PSR-7 HTTP message implementation so you may inspect and manipulate HTTP message method, status, URI, headers, cookies, and body.

hemera - 🔬 Writing reliable & fault-tolerant microservices with https://nats.io

  •    Javascript

Hemera (/ˈhɛmərə/; Ancient Greek: Ἡμέρα [hɛːméra] "day") is a small wrapper around the NATS driver. NATS is a simple, fast and reliable solution for the internal communication of a distributed system. It chooses simplicity and reliability over guaranteed delivery. We want to provide a toolkit to develop micro services in an easy and powerful way. We provide a pattern matching RPC style. You don't have to worry about the transport. NATS is powerful.Hemera has not been designed for high performance on a single process. It has been designed to create lots of microservices doesn't matter where they live. It choose simplicity and reliability as primary goals. It act together with NATS as central nervous system of your distributed system. Transport independency was not considered to be a relevant factor. In addition we use pattern matching which is very powerful. The fact that Hemera needs a broker is an argument which should be taken into consideration when you compare hemera with other frameworks. The relevant difference between microservice frameworks like senecajs, molecurer is not the performance or modularity its about the complexity you need to manage. Hemera is expert in providing an interface to work with lots of services in the network, NATS is the expert to deliver the message at the right place. Hemera is still a subscriber of NATS with some magic in routing and extensions. We don't have to worry about all different aspects in a distributed system like routing, load-balancing, service-discovery, clustering, health-checks ...

werelogs - A logging library providing efficient raw logging in the form of JSON data.

  •    Javascript

This repository provides a NodeJS Library that aims to be an efficient logging library, reducing as much as possible the need to compute anything in NodeJS, and focusing on a simple I/O scheme. The goal here is to make the most of NodeJS's strengths, but relying on its I/O capacities, and avoiding any form of computation that is known to not be advantageous in Node.In order to contribute, please follow the Contributing Guidelines.

ipc-light - A lightweight ipc library

  •    Javascript

ipc-light is a lightweight inter-process-communication library that leverages UNIX domain sockets to avoid latency, unreliability and overhead of going through the network card, like most socket types. Unfortunatly, it is only available on Mac and Linux yet. Windows support is on the way.

faygos - A micro service framework developed using 'faygo' and 'etcd'

  •    Go

A micro service framework developed using 'faygo' and 'etcd'

serverless-micro - A serverless plugin to help manage multiple micro services under one main service

  •    Javascript

Serverless framework plugin to help manage multiple micro services under one main service. A limit of Cloudformation is it can only hold 200 objects. This becomes problematic when you are dealing with even a medium sized API and the Serverless framework. This plugin aims to split up the methods outlined in the main Serverless file, to multiple services, and give you the flexibility to deploy those services individually.