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Behavior of defer function, photo feed with Go and Vue.js, rclone & much more

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The Go Gazelle

November 24 · Issue #30 · View online
Weekly curations of blogs and tools for Golang starters. NB: The Go Gazelle has been merged into the Go Gazette (www.go-gazette.com)

Maarten uses Go to build the back-end of developer platform Jexia. Are you an experienced Gopher? Take a look at his Golang Ninja Newsletter.

Fundamentals
JWT auth in Go
Anatomy of channels in Go
Behavior of defer function in named return function
Best-practices
Deploying a Go application to your server
Golang: create a web-view app for any platform
Synchronizing states using mutex vs channel in Go
Developing and deploying a whole website in Golang
Tutorials
Build a photo feed with Go and Vue.js
Build a RESTful API in Go using AWS Lambda
Setup nested HTML template in Go Echo web framework
Tools
GoLand 2018.3 released
Elastic APM Go Agent 1.0.0 Released
Keeping your secrets safe with AWS Secrets Manager
Introducing Watermill - Go event-driven applications library
Perspectives
The more the merrier
A serverless and Go journey
Top 5 reasons why we switched from Python to Go
Presentations
Rclone: rsync for cloud storage (and much more)
Nick Craig-Wood - Rclone: rsync for cloud storage (and much more)
Learning Go – Network programmability stream
Learning Go – Network programmability stream 31
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