No-nonsense gRPC guide for the C# developers, Bonus: Interoperability

source code Python interoperability One of the greatest gRPC features is its programming language-neutral nature. You can write gRPC services in C# and access them from other languages. The list includes pretty much everything used in software industry. Conversely, one can connect gRPC clients written in C# to service written in Java, Go, Ruby, you name it. We are going to demonstrate these capabilities using Python. Python is one of the programming languages I really enjoy working with. [Read More]
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No-nonsense gRPC guide for the C# developers, Part Three: Streaming

source code Why sometimes we care about the streaming? Many, many micro-services are fundamentally designed as our Calculate service we were able to build in parts one and two. Of course the request and reply messages payload may wary widely, but the pattern is fundamentally the same: Client sends the request message, the service does something with the supplied parameters and sends the response back. But in some cases we have a case which requires a slightly adjusted point of view. [Read More]
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No-nonsense gRPC guide for the C# developers, Part Two: Secure service

source code In the previous part, we created a Calculator micro-service which happily performs uncomplicated integer arithmetic. We were able to call that service locally and, hopefully, from the remote computer. The problem though is that our network exchanges are completely unprotected so anyone, with appropriate knowledge and tools, can see what numbers we are trying to multiply. Moreover, the client even cannot be sure that it receives the responses from the valid service, not the one which might be controlled by hackers. [Read More]
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No-nonsense gRPC guide for the C# developers, Part One: Basic Service

source code What are we going to talk about? gRPC is a high performance program-to-program communication framework highly suitable to efficiently connect services and, as such, to serve as the foundation for the micro-service architecture. I will not to bore you with the marketing speech, go for the details to the official site A few disclaimers: gRPC, at the moment, does not have the best in-browser support so, if your app lives in the html/javascript universe, the traditional Rest/JSON web services might be a better choice. [Read More]
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