We are using javascript for web front end development and we are using the 
protobuf to communicate with backend web applications. Currently we are  
using GO to do protobuf communication between the backend application 
server which runs on C++ and the front end  running on Javascript, but I've 
just found there is a protobuf interface for Javascript as well, we can 
actually simplify the process directly to use javascript to fetch the 
protobuf messages with backend application without GO. Is it a good idea? I 
have since been investigating the javascript protobuf capability but I 
could not find javascript progotbuf examples and tutorials, the link 
https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/docs/tutorials shows 
tutorials for every program language except javascript. Appriciate anyone 
could point me likes for Javascript prototobuf examples and tutorials.

I have also downloaded protobuf-js-3.3.0.zip, but it looks like it is 
similar to 
which I built on Linux platform, I guess the 
is not the binary for javascript, link the C++ I need to build it as well, 

Thank you.

Kind regards,

 - j

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