How gRPC differs from traditional WebSocketsgRPC is a high-performance, open source RPC framework. gRPC is being open-sourced and deve ...
Inception story of sConnectorThe story started back in 2020 with a simple search for a visual gRPC client for our proje ...
In-depth comparison of gRPC & QUICFor the client and server to communicate we need a client library, for the language of cho ...
Introduction to HTTP/3 & QUIC
QUIC is an IETF standard. It’s been driving apps like Google, Facebook, and even mobile apps like uber, Instagram. Now officially that the QUIC transport protocol has been released, the transport layer has a new protocol in town. Are you wondering what QUIC is? It is not an acronym. It is pronounced as quick. Was [&...Read more »
Introduction to HTTP/2 & gRPC
gRPC uses HTTP/2 as its transfer protocol. Hence it inherits some great features that HTTP/2 offers. Such as, binary framing, which is high performance and robust, lighter to transport, and safer to decode compared to other text-based protocols. And because it's binary, it's a great combination with a protocol buffer....Read more »