Use them while they last, looks like it is going away 🙁
“The Confluence JSON-RPC API (also available as a plugin) exposes all the existing Confluence SOAP services via the JSON-RPC 2.0 standard. It also supports a ‘light’ mode where you can supply the method name in the URL, removing the need to have an RPC-specific envelope around your JSON request data.”
“Ruby JSON-RPC Library – json-rpc server/client mechanisms over amqp, websockets, and other transports, written in ruby.
Currently supported transports include: tcp, amqp, http (post), websockets, local method calls, (others coming soon). RJR is currently built ontop of event machine and json, any dependencies of those are needed to run rjr.”
“The rapid growth of connected devices around the world has dramatically increased demand for wireless spectrum. Google is working with industry and regulators to make more spectrum available by using a database to enable dynamic spectrum sharing.
This TV white space database is part of Google’s efforts to make more spectrum available for broadband access. Learn more about spectrum, and how Google is helping to open up more spectrum for wireless broadband access.”
“btcrpcclient implements a Websocket-enabled Bitcoin JSON-RPC client package written in Go. It provides a robust and easy to use client for interfacing with a Bitcoin RPC server that uses a btcd/bitcoin core compatible Bitcoin JSON-RPC API. – https://blog.conformal.com/btcrpcclient-bitcoin-rpc-made-easy/“