gRPC [Java] Master Class: Build Modern API & Micro services

gRPC [Java] Master Class: Build Modern API & Micro services
gRPC [Java] Master Class: Build Modern API & Micro services

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eLearning | Skill level: All Levels

Better than REST API! Build a fast and scalable HTTP/2 API for your microservice with gRPC & Protocol Buffers (protobuf)

gRPC is a new and modern framework for building scalable, modern and fast API. It is leveraged by many top tech companies such as Google, Square & Netflix and enables programmers to write micro-services in any language they want while keeping the ability to easily create communications between these services. It relies on Protocol Buffers for the transport mechanism and Service Definition language.

In this course, we are going to explore in depth, with hands-on lectures, all the aspects to get started with gRPC.

This course is hands-on and you will implement two services: Greet and a Calculator Service.

In just a few hours, you will know everything you need to know to write your .proto files, generate code in your Favourite Programming, and implement your services, servers and client in Java. There will be plenty of hands-on lectures and exercises for you to practice your newly acquired skills.

It’s time to say goodbye to slow and clunky REST API, and opt-in for a better API framework.

gRPC Java Master Class is the best way to get a great overview of all the possibilities offered by gRPC with your favourite language

What you’ll learn

  • Learn the gRPC theory to understand how gRPC works
  • Compare gRPC and REST API paradigm
  • Write your gRPC service definition in .proto files
  • Generate Server & Client Code in Java using the Gradle gRPC plugin
  • Implement Unary, Server Streaming, Client Streaming & Bi-Directional Streaming API
  • Practice your learning with Exercises & Solutions
  • Implement advanced concepts such as Error Handling, Deadlines & SSL Security
  • Implement a full CRUD API on top of MongoDB
  • Get pointers to expand your learning journey and get inspired by real world gRPC services
+ Table of Contents

gRPC Course Overview
1 gRPC Introduction
2 Course Objective
3 About your instructor
4 Important Message

Code Download
5 Code Download

[Theory] gRPC Internals Deep Dive
6 Why this section
7 Protocol Buffers & Language Interoperability
9 Types of gRPC APIs
10 Scalability in gRPC
11 Security in gRPC (SSL)
12 gRPC vs REST
13 Section Summary – why use gRPC

[Hands-On] gRPC Project Overview & Setup
14 Java Gradle Project Setup
15 Dummy Service Code Generation
16 Server Setup Boilerplate Code
17 Client Setup Boilerplate Code

[Hands-On] gRPC Unary
18 What’s an Unary API
19 Greet API Definition
20 Unary API Server Implementation
21 Unary API Client Implementation
22 [Exercise] Sum API
23 [Solution] Sum API

[Hands-On] gRPC Server Streaming
24 What’s a Server Streaming API
25 GreetManyTimes API Definition
26 Server Streaming API Server Implementation
27 Server Streaming API Client Implementation
28 [Exercise] PrimeNumberDecomposition API
29 [Solution] PrimeNumberDecomposition API

[Hands-On] gRPC Client Streaming
30 What’s a Client Streaming API
31 LongGreet API Definition
32 Client Streaming API Server Implementation
33 Client Streaming API Client Implementation – Part 1 – Refactoring
34 Client Streaming API Client Implementation – Part 2 – Implementation
35 [Exercise] ComputeAverage API
36 [Solution] ComputeAverage API

[Hands-On] gRPC Bi-Directional Streaming
37 What’s a Bi-Directional Streaming API
38 GreetEveryone API Definition
39 Bi-Directional Streaming API Server Implementation
40 Bi-Directional Streaming API Client Implementation
41 [Exercise] FindMaximum API
42 [Solution] FindMaximum API

[Hands-On] gRPC Advanced Features Deep Dive
43 [Theory] Errors in gRPC
44 [Hands-On] Errors implementation
45 [Theory] Deadlines
46 [Hands-On] Deadlines
47 [Theory] SSL Security
48 [Hands-On] SSL Security
49 [Demo] Language Interoperability
50 gRPC Reflection & Evans CLI

[Hands-On] CRUD API with MongoDB
51 Install MongoDB
52 UpdateBlog Client
53 DeleteBlog Server
54 DeleteBlog Client
55 ListBlog Server
56 ListBlog Client
57 Evans CLI test with CRUD
58 Install MongoDB – Windows Instructions
59 Install MongoDB UI – Robo 3T
60 Blog Service Java Setup
61 CreateBlog Server
62 CreateBlog Client
63 ReadBlog Server
64 ReadBlog Client
65 UpdateBlog Server

Next Steps
66 gRPC Services in the Real Word
67 Useful links
68 Congrats & Next Steps
70 Bonus Lecture Student Special Coupons for my Other courses