Golang Go Full Course, In this tutorial, we will dive into the world of Go programming language and the Gin HTTP framework. Go, also known as Golang, is a modern programming language created by Google, known for its simplicity, efficiency, and scalability. Gin, on the other hand, is a popular web framework for building web applications and APIs in Go. This tutorial is designed for developers who are new to Go and want to learn how to build web applications and APIs using Gin.
We will start by setting up our development environment and getting familiar with Go's syntax and data types. You will learn about variables, functions, control structures, and Go's built-in data types. We will also cover Go's concurrency model, which enables you to write concurrent and parallel code.
Next, we will explore Go's standard library and learn how to use it to handle common tasks such as working with files, networking, and concurrency. We will also learn about Go's built-in package management system, which makes it easy to install and manage dependencies.
After learning the basics of Go, we will dive into more advanced topics such as creating web applications and APIs. We will learn how to create servers, handle requests, and work with data in different formats. Additionally, we will learn about dependency injection and testing in Go.
Once we have a solid understanding of Go, we will put our knowledge to the test by building a simple application. We will create an application that allows users to register, login and view their profile details. This will give us hands-on experience in using Go to build efficient and high-performance applications.
Finally, we will learn how to deploy our application to a production environment, which includes configuring a web server and making our application accessible to users.
By the end of this full course, you will have a solid understanding of Go programming language and the skills to build your own efficient and high-performance applications.
In summary, this full course covers all the basics of Go programming language, from setting up development environment, syntax, data types, concurrency, standard library, package management, creating web applications, dependency injection and testing, building an application and deploying it to a production environment. By the end of the course, you will have hands-on experience in building an application with Go and the ability to build efficient and high-performance applications.
Author: Nana Janashia (TechWorld with Nana)