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Noice Json RPC exposes a clean ES6 Proxy and Promise based interface for JSON-RPC2 Clients and Servers

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published 1.2.0a year ago
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Noice Json RPC exposes a clean ES6 Proxy and Promise based interface for JSON-RPC2 Clients and Servers

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published 1.1.26a year ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.47 months ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.24 years ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.14 years ago
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ExtendScript version of Noice Json RPC (Server only)

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published 1.2.0-14 months ago
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Noice Json RPC exposes a clean ES6 Proxy and Promise based interface for JSON-RPC2 Clients and Servers

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published 1.2.0-alpha2a year ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 library with support of batches and named parameters. Features: Express, Koa, Socket.IO middlewares + HTTP, TCP, ZeroMQ transports

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published 1.0.54 years ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.32 years ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.02 years ago
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JSON-RPC 2.0 server and client library, with HTTP, TCP and Websocket endpoints

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published 1.0.2a year ago
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A transport-agnostic RPC client that follows the JSON-RPC 2.0 spec. Works in the browser and on the server.

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published 0.2.13 years ago
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Raptor RPC is a transport-agnostic RPC server with middleware support and an easy to use api. It will allow you to have a server up and running in a matter of minutes, without limiting you to a specific transport.

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published 0.4.53 years ago