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⚡️ Sisyphus can help you quickly build cloud-native modern backend services.

🏗 Sisyphus uses a 'macroservices' design philosophy, which allows you to focus on business logic at the beginning of a project and easily unpack it into microservices at a later stage of business expansion.

📓 Follow the Google API Improvement Proposals for a handy guide to building robust and extensible APIs.

💥 Ready for more? Use advanced features like Service Reflection, Swagger Integration, Service Monitoring, SQL Builder DSL and more!

🧐 Sisyphus is essentially a gRPC service framework built on Spring Boot and Kotlin, using Kotlin Coroutine technology to build asynchronous APIs.


Sisyphus has been designed from the ground up with a strong focus on the developer experience, helping you take a break from the tedium of business code.

  • 🥄 Built with ❤️ and Kotlin
    • Develop with the more efficient Kotlin language
    • Embrace the Java community, 100% compatibility with Java libraries
    • Write high performance and very readable business logic using Kotlin concurrency techniques
  • 🧗‍ Integration into the Protobuf/gRPC ecosystem
    • Kotlin-specific Protobuf compiler to seamlessly integrate Protobuf into the Kotlin language system
    • Intellij Protobuf Plugin, which supports the Sisyphus framework, helps you write Protobuf files quickly
    • Charles on gRPC, the Mediator proxy tool can help you debug gRPC services
    • The minimalist gRPC client for Web sisyphus.js helps you quickly integrate into the browser
  • 🗺 Follow the Google API Improvement Proposals
    • When on the fence about API design, feel free to turn to the Google API Improvement Proposals
    • Provides HTTP and gRPC Transcoding implementation, implementing both gRPC and beautiful Restful API at once
  • ☁️ Native microservices
    • Microservices and Macroservices can be assembled at will, retaining the features of microservices while including the benefits of monolithic applications
    • Deployment Plugin One-Click Deployment to K8s Environment
    • Docker plugin supports layered builds using Spring Boot layered Jar to optimize image size
  • 👬 Developer Friendly
    • Doing the most with the least configuration
    • Configure the development environment using the readily editable
    • Configure the runtime environment using the distributable Config Artifacts Jar

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