Setting Up gRPC Client and Server Projects Locally

Learn how to create a basic gRPC application on a local development environment.

If we have all the suitable tools installed on our development machine, including the latest .NET SDK and either a code editor or IDE, we can start creating gRPC client and server applications right away. However, if we want to do it via the GUI of an IDE, rather than the command line, we might have to install specific workload components to gain access to the relevant project templates. For example, if we're using Visual Studio on Windows, we'll need to open Visual Studio Installer, click the “Modify” button next to our Visual Studio instance, find “ASP.NET and web development” under the “Workloads” tab, and install it.

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