Building Web Apps with Go
by Jeremy Saenz
Publisher: GitBook 2015
Number of pages: 24
Go programmers pull in the bare necessities to get the job done. Go makes things simple, it's as easy as that. If we train ourselves to align with the 'Go way' of programming for the web, we will end up with more simple, flexible, and maintainable web applications.
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