How to Publish .NET Core gRPC Server as a Windows Service

In this post I’ll show you how to publish a ASPNET.Core gRPC server to a Windows 2019 Server as a windows service.

gRPC is a high performance remote procedure call framework. With gRPC you can create real time services which can stream requests and responses. Since the release of .NET Core version 3.0 you can find a gRPC Service project template in Visual Studio…

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I’m a software development enthusiast who likes trying different web technologies and adding value to his team.

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