gRPC and its idea to describe an API in a standardized file, which can generate both client and server code to interact in different languages is a compelling idea.
In this post, I would like to have a quick look at the experience you would have with gRPC streaming capability and the new C# 8 async streams, which sounds like a perfect match.
At work, we are planning to migrate our WPF application from .NET Framework 4.7 to .NET Core 3.0. The main reason for doing so is that it was always a big pain to organize the updates of the .NET Framework on our customer machines. So being able to bundle .NET Core with our application is a big plus for us. Then, for sure, we are looking for the performance improvements brought by .NET Core and finally the new capabilities brought by the fast pace of innovation of .NET Core.Continue reading
As you might have guessed reading some of my older posts, I like to automate things which I believe a computer should do in place of humans.Continue reading
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