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Posts in 2023

  • Can gRPC replace REST and WebSockets for Web Application Communication?

    Monday, December 04, 2023 in Blog

    Welcome to this guest blog entry from our friends at Postman! In the rapidly evolving landscape of web development, efficiency and performance often stand at the forefront of adoption of new technologies. The work being done with the gRPC-Web …

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  • Highlights in gRPConf 2023:Customer Showcase, Developer Engagement, Birds of Feathers Discussions and more.

    Friday, October 27, 2023 in Blog

    We loved hosting gRPConf 2023 last month in Sunnyvale, California. Thank you to hundreds of developers from Apple, Cisco, Intel, LinkedIn, Netflix, Salesforce, to name a few, who joined our special event. We were overwhelmed by the various topics and …

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  • gRPConf 2023 Schedule

    Wednesday, July 05, 2023 in Blog

    Hello gRPC Community! We are excited to announce that the gRPConf 2023 schedule is now live. We have a schedule with 19 total sessions (5 keynote, 14 breakout) led by a strong group of experts that are using gRPC across a variety of applications and …

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  • Announcing gRPConf 2023!

    Wednesday, July 05, 2023 in Blog

    gRPConf 2023 is happening! Register now for $50 | Submit a Talk Join us at the Google Cloud Campus on September 20, 2023 for a full day of talks, demos, case studies, and code labs. Experts will discuss real-world implementations of gRPC, best …

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Posts in 2022

  • gRPC performance benchmarks on GKE

    Tuesday, March 01, 2022 in Blog

    gRPC performance benchmarks have now been transitioned to run on GKE, with similar results but much increased flexibility. Background gRPC performance testing requires a test driver and workers (one or more clients and a server), as described in gRPC …

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Posts in 2021

  • Running gRPC and Protobuf on ARM64 (on Linux)

    Wednesday, June 23, 2021 in Blog

    ARM processors have recently been gaining importance in many areas of compute, including those that were traditionally considered to be an x86_64-only domain. Thanks to the momentum around the ARM ecosystem, we can expect adoption of ARM platforms to …

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  • The future of gRPC in C# belongs to grpc-dotnet

    Saturday, May 01, 2021 in Blog

    Update 2023-10-02: The maintenance period for Grpc.Core has been extended again, until at least October 2024. See announcement for up to date info on Grpc.Core. Update 2022-05-03: The maintenance period for Grpc.Core has been extended until May 2023. …

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  • Analyzing gRPC messages using Wireshark

    Wednesday, February 03, 2021 in Blog

    Wireshark is an open source network protocol analyzer that can be used for protocol development, network troubleshooting, and education. Wireshark lets you analyze gRPC messages that are transferred over the network, and learn about the binary format …

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Posts in 2020

  • Interceptors in gRPC-Web

    Thursday, June 18, 2020 in Blog

    We’re pleased to announce support for interceptors in gRPC-web as of release 1.1.0. While the current design is based on gRPC client interceptors available from other gRPC languages, it also includes gRPC-web specific features that should make …

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  • Announcing gRPC-JS 1.0

    Monday, April 20, 2020 in Blog

    We are excited to announce the release of version 1.0 of gRPC-JS (@grpc/grpc-js), a pure-TypeScript reimplementation of the original Node gRPC library, grpc. Features gRPC-JS supports the following features, which should cover most use cases: …

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