Golang, also known as Go, is a programming language created by Google that is known for its simplicity, efficiency, and scalability. The Gin HTTP Framework is a popular web framework for building web applications and APIs in Golang. This tutorial is designed for those who are new to Golang and want to learn how to build web applications and APIs using the Gin HTTP Framework.
We will start by setting up our development environment, which includes installing Golang and setting up our workspace. From there, we will learn the basics of Golang, including its syntax and data types. We will also learn how to use the Go standard library to handle common tasks such as working with files, networking, and concurrency.
Next, we will explore the Gin HTTP Framework and learn how to use it to create web applications and APIs. We will learn how to create routes and handle requests, how to work with middleware, and how to use Gin's built-in functionality for handling JSON, XML, and other data formats. We will also learn how to use dependency injection and how to test our applications.
After learning the basics of Gin, we will dive into more advanced topics such as using websockets, handling errors, and deploying our applications to production. We will learn how to use websockets to create real-time, two-way communication between the client and server, how to handle errors and exceptions, and how to deploy our applications to a production environment.
Once we have a solid understanding of Golang and the Gin HTTP Framework, we will put our knowledge to the test by building a simple web application. We will create a web application that allows users to register, login and view their profile details. This will give us hands-on experience in using Golang and Gin to build web applications and APIs.
By the end of this tutorial, you will have a solid understanding of Golang and the Gin HTTP Framework and the skills to build your own web applications and APIs.
In summary, this tutorial covers the basics of Golang, Go standard library, Gin HTTP framework, routing, middleware and data handling
Author: Pragmatic Reviews