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TABLE OF CONTENT
- Welcome to the World of Go!
- How to Write Go Code?
- Let’s Build a Rest API Client in Go!
Building Blocks in Go
- Packages, Variables, and Functions
- Flow Control
- Apply Your New Knowledge – Binary Search Algorithm
- Structs, Slices, and Maps
- Apply Your New Knowledge – Let’s Create a Set
Advanced Go Building Blocks
- Slicing Slices
- Methods and interfaces – Linked List Data Structure Implementation
- Concurrency in Go – goroutines
- Concurrency in Go – Channels
- Concurrency in Go – Select
- Errors and Troubleshooting
- A Tour into Go’s Packages
- Project Hydra –Write the First Piece of the Spaceship Web Server
- A Closer Look at Interfaces and Methods in Go I
- Factory Design Pattern in Go
- The Singleton Pattern
- Builder Pattern in Go
- Syncs and Locks
- Timers and Tickers
- Channel Generators
- Pipelines –Build the Hydra chat System
- Pipelines – Build the Hydra Chat System (Continued)
- Go Laws of Reflection
- Reflection on Structs and Interfaces
- Hydra – Custom Configuration File Reader
Testing in Go
- Unit Testing in Go
- Benchmarking in Go
- Practices, Cross Compilation, and the Go Tool
Files and Go
- File Handling in Go
- Go and JSON Format
- Go and the XML Format
- Go and CSV Format
Go and Databases
- Go with MySQL
- Go with Mongodb
- Go with BoltDB
- Building Hydra’s Database Interface
Communications in Go
- TCP communication – Clients
- TCP Communication – Servers
- UDP Communications
- Protocol Buffers with Go
- Hydra Protocol Buffer Layer
Web Applications in Go
- Web Server Applications in Go
- Client and RESTful API Application in Go
- Hydra’s RESTful API
- Building the Hydra website – Templates
- Building the Hydra website – Backend
- Hydra Chat Portal
- Web Security