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hunt-grpc 0.1.1 released! (Google gRPC for D)
Jan 17
Brian
Jan 24
viniarck
Jan 25
Brian
January 17
Google gRPC is A high performance, open-source universal RPC framework.

You can find it here:
https://grpc.io/

hunt-grpc is a GRPC framework developed in D language. The new version mainly supports two-way communication and fixes some known errors.

Example for server:
```D
  import helloworld.helloworld;
  import helloworld.helloworldrpc;
  import grpc;

  class GreeterImpl : GreeterBase
  {
      override Status SayHello(HelloRequest request , ref HelloReply reply)
      {
          reply.message = "hello " ~ request.name;
          return Status.OK;
      }
  }

  string host = "0.0.0.0";
  ushort port = 50051;

  Server server = new Server();
  server.listen(host , port);
  server.register( new GreeterImpl());
  server.start();
```

Example for client:
```D
  import helloworld.helloworld;
  import helloworld.helloworldrpc;
  import grpc;
  import std.stdio;

  auto channel = new Channel("127.0.0.1" , 50051);
  GreeterClient client = new GreeterClient(channel);

  HelloRequest request = new HelloRequest();
  HelloReply reply = new HelloReply();
  request.name = "test";
  auto status = client.SayHello(request , reply);
  if(status.ok())
  {
     writeln(reply.message);
  }
```

Example for streaming:

We implemented the offical example RouteGuide

offical link:https://github.com/grpc/grpc/blob/master/examples/cpp/cpptutorial.md


More support in hunt-grpc github repo:
https://github.com/huntlabs/hunt-grpc
January 24
On Thursday, 17 January 2019 at 04:19:27 UTC, Brian wrote:
> Google gRPC is A high performance, open-source universal RPC framework.
>
> [...]

Cool. Thanks for contributing. I look forward to using it in a future project with microservices.
January 25
On Thursday, 24 January 2019 at 21:17:24 UTC, viniarck wrote:
> On Thursday, 17 January 2019 at 04:19:27 UTC, Brian wrote:
>> Google gRPC is A high performance, open-source universal RPC framework.
>>
>> [...]
>
> Cool. Thanks for contributing. I look forward to using it in a future project with microservices.

Yes, we use it for a lot of projects :)