How Do I Write And Deploy Simple Web Apps With Go?
How Do I Write And Deploy Simple Web Apps With Go?
About the Book
The aim of the book is to get Go newbies started with developing and deploying web applications written using the Go programming language. By the time you finish reading the book, you would have developed and deployed many fun Go web apps on Heroku and Google App Engine.
You will learn to:
- create static sites with Go
- consume JSON apis with a Go web app
- interact with Google apis with a Go web app
- use MongoDB with Go on the web and
- use Martini the Go web framework.
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- Who is the eBook for?
- How to Use This eBook
- Using Code Examples
- Getting the Code
- How to Contact Me
1. Go Code Organization
- 1.1 Workspaces
- 1.2 The GOPATH environment variable
- 1.3 Package paths
- 2. A basic Go web app
- 3. Static Sites with Go
4. Using a Web Service - JSON with Go
- 4.1 hosttip.info service
5. Package template
- 5.1 struct
- 5.2 array
- 5.3 slice
- 5.4.1 Variables
- 5.5.1 Modify dosasite.go to use templates
- 5.6 Handling Forms
- 5.7 Web app stringupper
6. Using Google Geocoding and Street View Image APIs
- 6.1 APIs to be used
- 6.2 Create folders
- 6.3 File goview.css
6.4 Program geoweb.go
- 6.4.1 User Form
- 6.4.2 QueryEscape
- 6.4.3 defer
6.4.4 Using Google Geocoding and Street View Image APIs
- 188.8.131.52 Required parameters
7. Go and MongoDB on MongoLab
- 7.1 What’s NoSQL?
7.2 What’s MongoDB?
- 7.2.1 MongoDB Core Concepts
7.3 MongoLab - The Fully-managed MongoDB-as-a-Service
- 7.3.1 Sign Up
- 7.3.2 Create a database subscription
- 7.3.3 Database User
- 7.3.4 mgo
- 7.3.5 JSON Recap
7.3.6 package mgo
- 184.108.40.206 Function Close
- 220.127.116.11 Function SetSafe
- 18.104.22.168 Function Safe
- 22.214.171.124 Function DB
- 126.96.36.199 Function C
- 188.8.131.52 Function Insert
- 184.108.40.206 Function Find
- 220.127.116.11 Function One
7.3.7 package bson
- 18.104.22.168 type M
- 7.3.8 Program mongohqconnect.go
- 7.3.9 Web app trails.go
- 8. Go and Gmail
9. A Fun, Weather Forecast Go Web App
9.1 Register for an account at Forecast for Developers
9.1.1 Study the API documentation
- 22.214.171.124 The Forecast Call
- 126.96.36.199 Data Points
9.1.2 Our app weather.go
- 188.8.131.52 Concurrent Queries
- 184.108.40.206 Run the program
- 9.1.1 Study the API documentation
- 9.1 Register for an account at Forecast for Developers
10. Deploying Go Web Apps to Heroku
10.1 Cloud Computing Service Levels
- 10.1.1 SaaS
- 10.1.2 IaaS
- 10.1.3 PaaS
- 10.2 Create an account on Heroku
- 10.3 Install the Heroku Toolbelt
- 10.4 Prepare a web app
- 10.5 Use Git
- 10.6 Create a Procfile
- 10.7 Install Godep
- 10.8 Declare app dependencies
- 10.9 Using godep with our project
- 10.10 Add these new files to git
- 10.11 Deploy the app
- 10.12 Program gomongohq.go
- 10.1 Cloud Computing Service Levels
11. Deploying Go Web Apps to Google App Engine
11.1 Google App Engine
- 11.1.1 Sandbox
- 11.1.2 Services
- 11.1.3 The Administration Console
- 11.1.4 Applications (web and non-web)
- 11.1.5 DataStore
- 11.2 The Go runtime environment
- 11.3 Download and Install the App Engine SDK
11.4 Let us build a small app (mytext.go) locally
- 11.4.1 Program mytext.go
- 11.4.2 Create the Configuration File
- 11.4.3 Test the App
- 11.4.4 Iterative Development
11.5 Uploading Your App to Google’s App Engine
- 11.5.1 Registering the App
- 11.5.2 Upload and Access the app
- 11.6 Web app upperstring.go
11.7 Web app EXIF Map - blobstrex.go
11.7.1 Program blobstrex.go
- 220.127.116.11 File app.yaml
11.7.2 Blobstore Go API
18.104.22.168 The appengine package
- 22.214.171.124.1 NewContext
126.96.36.199 The blobstore package
- 188.8.131.52.1 UploadUrl
- 184.108.40.206 The appengine package
11.7.3 Uploading a photo (blob)
- 220.127.116.11 Create an upload URL
- 18.104.22.168 Create an upload form
- 11.7.4 Using goexif
- 11.7.5 Google Static Maps API
- 11.7.1 Program blobstrex.go
- 11.8 Modifying geoweb.go for Google App Engine
- 11.9 Check out
- 11.1 Google App Engine
12. Web Toolkits and App Frameworks for Go
- 12.1 Martini
12.2 Installation of Martini
- 12.2.1 Check whether Martini works
- 12.2.2 Classic Martini
- 22.214.171.124 Return Values
- 12.2.4 Routing
- 12.2.5 Serving Static Files
- 12.2.6 Middleware Handlers
- 12.3 Upload a Martini app to Google App Engine
- 12.4 What next?
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