Quiwi - Another QUIC implementation in pure Go

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  • quic

    quiwi 🥝 - QUIC implementation in Go.

    As RFC9000 is finally released, I'd like to share my implementation written in Go: https://github.com/goburrow/quic (called quiwi /ˈkiːwi/ 🥝)

  • datagram

    In-progress version of draft-ietf-quic-datagram

    Background: I wanted a secured UDP network for some of my devices (before I knew of WireGuard®) but could not find one that I can customize to support sending unreliable data (e.g. video stream) (before I knew of Datagram extension). quic-go was hard to compile last time I tried and I couldn't use/extend its QUIC APIs as they are under "internal" package. Others I found require C/C++ libraries which are difficult to cross-compile. I really like quiche APIs and even tried its C bindings but, you know, Cgo is not Go.

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  • quic-go

    A QUIC implementation in pure go

    Background: I wanted a secured UDP network for some of my devices (before I knew of WireGuard®) but could not find one that I can customize to support sending unreliable data (e.g. video stream) (before I knew of Datagram extension). quic-go was hard to compile last time I tried and I couldn't use/extend its QUIC APIs as they are under "internal" package. Others I found require C/C++ libraries which are difficult to cross-compile. I really like quiche APIs and even tried its C bindings but, you know, Cgo is not Go.

  • quiche

    🥧 Savoury implementation of the QUIC transport protocol and HTTP/3

    Background: I wanted a secured UDP network for some of my devices (before I knew of WireGuard®) but could not find one that I can customize to support sending unreliable data (e.g. video stream) (before I knew of Datagram extension). quic-go was hard to compile last time I tried and I couldn't use/extend its QUIC APIs as they are under "internal" package. Others I found require C/C++ libraries which are difficult to cross-compile. I really like quiche APIs and even tried its C bindings but, you know, Cgo is not Go.

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