A fault-tolerant, protocol-agnostic, dead simple, reliable, interoprable and secure RPC framework
There are great pieces of software written by great engineers doing a great job of interconnecting services. This framework, however, follows the @kelseyhightower's nocode framework. It follows the same architectural and design patterns and it offers lots of features on top of what is already offered by other frameworks:
Sit there and watch. It works out of the box. If you want to know more, read this article.
No need. Spend your day doing nothing causes its source to be built automagically.
If you insist, you can just open a terminal (if you know what I mean) and watch it. You might wonder that it does nothing but wait for your input, but you aren't gonna do anything about it. This is how it is deployed.
A tiny star on the top right corner is what it takes to contribute to this awesome project. And help spread the word. Or do nothing, for that matter.
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