Webapps in Go

the anti textbook

by Suraj Patil

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Book Description

The book teaches you how to write web applications in Go without using a framework. It is possible to write a webapp without using any framework in Go. Each new concept will be explained via a valid code example. The book is based of a todo list manager I wrote in Go, and at any point in time, you can check the source code of the todo list manager.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-SA). You can download Webapps in Go ebook for free in PDF format (1.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Installation
 
Chapter 2
Tools
 
Chapter 3
Hello, Go
 
Chapter 4
Variables & Data structures
 
Chapter 5
Control statements and Functions
 
Chapter 6
Struct
 
Chapter 7
Object-oriented
 
Chapter 8
Interface
 
Chapter 9
Concurrency
 
Chapter 10
Managing the Workspace
 
Chapter 11
Web Programming Basics
 
Chapter 12
Basic web application
 
Chapter 13
Designing our web app
 
Chapter 14
Using databases in Go
 
Chapter 15
An Example
 
Chapter 16
Working with Forms
 
Chapter 17
Uploading files
 
Chapter 18
Templates
 
Chapter 19
Authentication
 
Chapter 20
Files
 
Chapter 21
Routing
 
Chapter 22
Middlewares
 
Chapter 23
Building an API
 
Chapter 24
Writing a client
 
Chapter 25
Unit Testing
 
Chapter 26
Version Control Basics
 

Book Details

Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Leanpub
Published
2019
Pages
185
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
1.2 MB
License
CC BY-SA

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