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Alloy is a starter template for creating web applications using Go programming language.
It does not aim to be a web framework but is instead a collection of useful libraries and packages that acts a sensible starting point.
This post walks through the creation of a serverless Slack command written in Golang, and deployed to AWS Lambda in seconds with Up.
Go does not support inheritance, however it does support composition https://golangbot.com/inheritance/
Understanding mutexes, solving race condition using mutexes and channels https://golangbot.com/mutex/
https://golangbot.com/select/ Learn how select statement works and also get to know the practical use of select.
Procfile, introduced by David Dollar's
foreman, is a popular format for declaring processes—everyone who ever used Heroku, knows it well. Anyone who didn't, really should learn it—it's an easy way to declare all the stuff that is needed to run your project (web app, additional apps, background processing, tools and daemons) and launch it.
foreman had some limitations, so there are new kids on the block—
tmux support, tons of features, speedy and stable. Check them out!
In this video we will look at how we can use the
github.com/gobuffalo/x/mail package to send emails within a Buffalo application. We’ll see how to set multiple bodies, as well as an attachment, to the email. This video also demonstrates the new buffalo-mail plugin for this package.