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Finagle
Finagle is an extensible RPC system for the JVM, used to construct high-concurrency servers. Finagle implements uniform client and server APIs for several protocols, and is designed for high performance and concurrency. Most of Finagle’s code is protocol agnostic, simplifying the implementation of new protocols.

Finagle is written in Scala, but provides both Scala and Java idiomatic APIs.
Java  concurrency  rpc 
4 days ago by kbonnet
uw-labs/bloomrpc: GUI Client for GRPC Services
GUI Client for GRPC Services. Contribute to uw-labs/bloomrpc development by creating an account on GitHub.
tools  gui  api  protobuf  grpc  client  RPC  github  ui  development 
8 days ago by omen
How to resolve PRC Server is Unavailable errror on Windows?
We are goig to summarize the most effective ways to fix The RPC Server Unavailable Error on Windows?
windows  rpc  troubleshooting 
11 days ago by gilberto5757
vaniila/go-grpc: The Go language implementation of Micro gRPC
The Go language implementation of Micro gRPC. Contribute to vaniila/go-grpc development by creating an account on GitHub.
golang  grpc  rpc  micro 
24 days ago by geetarista
RPyC - Transparent, Symmetric Distributed Computing — RPyC
RPyC (pronounced as are-pie-see), or Remote Python Call, is a transparent python library for symmetrical remote procedure calls, clustering and distributed-computing. RPyC makes use of object-proxying, a technique that employs python’s dynamic nature, to overcome the physical boundaries between processes and computers, so that remote objects can be manipulated as if they were local.
python  rpc  api 
6 weeks ago by atbradley
gRPC
RPC server/client based on protobuf interfaces
api  microservices  rpc 
6 weeks ago by dwntrdr
Abstract Heresies: Remotely like a procedure call
PR: "Speaking of tail-recursive RPCs, when Google was redesigning its RPC system, I tried to get the new designers to implement a simple tail-recursive capability so that client A could call server B and receive a response from server C. That could have made a lot of common patterns at Google faster, since it was common for A to call B, which called C, which called D, and so on, e.g. to try different mechanisms for handling a particular search query. Unfortunately, I wasn't persuasive. Frankly, it's hard for people who haven't spent much time with tail-recursive languages to see the benefit, and these were hard-core C++ hackers."
piperesearch  functional  rpc 
6 weeks ago by mechazoidal

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