GRPC

Building API with gRPC using ProtoBuf – Part 3

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the previous blog, we discussed the Protocol buffers. How do they work? How to define the protobuf and compile it? Whats happens when we compile our protobuf file? How Protocol buffers were designed to solve many problems? Also how to generate Java or Scala code? In order to continue our series, we will try to create a small basic application with simple client requests Continue Reading

Demystifying gRPC: A brief history of Remote execution.

Reading Time: 6 minutes It has been a year since I’ve been exploring the gRPC framework. Most of the time, I’ve written web services in gRPC and glued them together with their implementations. Most of the time without having to explore it why and how it came into the light?  I find people relating the gRPC framework to the “Microservices” world. If you dig on the Internet, you can Continue Reading

Building API with gRPC – Part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hey everyone, have you ever faced the problem to create the application/API using gRPC with Scala. If yes then here is the solution to your problem. Here I explained what is gRPC and how to create a simple application or micro-service through it by defining the protobuf and Scala. In this first part, we will know what is gRPC, its cons, and prons. We also Continue Reading

Unary Streaming via gRPC

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you want to get multiple responses and send multiple requests, it is the time to use gRPC Streaming concepts. You cant do streaming with REST API as REST API uses HTTP 1.1. In this blog, I will go through how you can do Unary Streaming via gRPC. Types of APIs or Streaming in gRPC gRPC supports four types of APIs to support streaming. 1. Continue Reading

Why gRPC for Inter-Microservice Communication.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi folks! In this blog we will understand why one should use gRPC for inter-service communication over other RESTful services. What is gRPC? It is a high performance, open source universal RPC Framework. In simple words, it enables the server and client applications to communicate transparently and build connected systems. Google developed gRPC and made available open-source. With it, a customer can directly call methods Continue Reading

Delete operation in Dgraph using GRPC

Reading Time: 2 minutes Deletion in dgraph is an easy operation we just have to keep few things in mind before deleting anything in dgraph. Before I explain how can we delete I am going to explain the different scenario. For example, Delete the edge Delete the node. Delete the one value in a list We will take a scenario where we have a person who has the following Continue Reading