|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|The open-source, cross-platform API client for GraphQL, REST, WebSockets and gRPC.|
|Kubeshark||8,610||a day ago||67||apache-2.0||Go|
|The API traffic analyzer for Kubernetes providing real-time K8s protocol-level visibility, capturing and monitoring all traffic and payloads going in, out and across containers, pods, nodes and clusters.. Think TCPDump and Wireshark re-invented for Kubernetes|
|Go Chassis||2,657||6||32||20 days ago||78||August 17, 2022||35||apache-2.0||Go|
|a cloud native application framework for Go with rich eco-system|
|Wundergraph||1,082||2||17 hours ago||64||June 02, 2022||29||apache-2.0||TypeScript|
|Serverless API Gateway for GraphQL, REST, gRPC, Kafka and more with a focus on API Composition & Integration.|
|Go Doudou||1,081||6||15 days ago||205||July 06, 2022||12||mit||Go|
|go-doudou（doudou pronounce /dəudəu/）is OpenAPI 3.0 (for REST) spec and Protobuf v3 (for grpc) based lightweight microservice framework. It supports monolith service application as well.|
|Adnc||1,040||a day ago||1||mit||C#|
|Building Microservices Youtube||921||1||3 months ago||11||September 19, 2020||38||mit||Go|
|Code repository for my Building Microservices YouTube series https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmD8u-IFdreyh6EUfevBcbiuCKzFk0EW_|
|Milkman||877||11 days ago||14||mit||Java|
|An Extensible Request/Response Workbench|
|Go Api Boilerplate||728||1||a month ago||19||February 13, 2022||11||mit||Go|
|Go Server/API boilerplate using best practices DDD CQRS ES gRPC|
|Stargate||725||10||5 days ago||91||July 05, 2022||235||apache-2.0||Java|
|An open source data gateway|
Insomnia is an open-source, cross-platform API client for GraphQL, REST, WebSockets and gRPC.
Insomnia is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux and can be downloaded from the website.
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Development on Insomnia can be done on Mac, Windows, or Linux as long as you have Node.js and Git. See the
.nvmrc file located in the project for the correct Node version.
This repository is structured as a monorepo and contains many Node.JS packages. Each package has its own set of commands, but the most common commands are available from the root
package.json and can be accessed using the
npm run command. Here are the only three commands you should need to start developing on the app.
# Install and Link Dependencies npm run bootstrap # Run Tests npm test # Start App with Live Reload npm run app-start
If you are on Linux, you may need to install the following supporting packages:
# Update library sudo apt-get update # Install font configuration library & support sudo apt-get install libfontconfig-dev
# Install libcurl for node-libcurl sudo dnf install libcurl-devel
Also on Linux, if Electron is failing during the bootstrap process, run the following
# Clear Electron install conflicts rm -rf ~/.cache/electron
If you are on Windows and have problems, you may need to install Windows Build Tools
You can use any editor you'd like, but make sure to have support/plugins for the following tools:
npm run bootstrap
npm run inso-start
Search for, discover, and install plugins from the Insomnia Plugin Hub!