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Go for Real World Applications

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Go for Real World  Applications

Go for Real World Applications
Published 5/2023
Created by Chris Frewin
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 19 Lectures ( 1h 50m ) | Size: 874 MB

Writing, testing, Dockerizing, and deploying Go apps

What you'll learn
Scaffolding a go project and writing a main go file as well as additional packages
Dockerizing a Go application
Writing basic tests in Go
Orchestrating a CI/CD pipeline that first runs tests the deploys the Dockerize go application to Docker Hub
Some minor exposure to go, at least its syntax, would be helpful
Experience with shells as well as git
Go is a powerful backend language that is an asset to any developer's toolkit. It is extremely performant, a relatively easy language in terms of syntax, and has many valuable features like testing and JSON serialization and deserialization built in.  In this practical, hands-on, step-by-step style course, we'll build a fully functioning Go application from complete scratch along these steps:- Scaffolding the Go application and writing main.go- Writing cron jobs in Go- Writing a powerful generic HTTP function- Using that HTTP function to call an API and serialize the response into Go object's using Go- Use that HTTP function to POST messages to a Slack channel- Write tests using Go's built in testing module- Dockerize the application so that it can be run with docker compose- Round off the course by crafting a complete CI/CD pipeline that first builds and tests our application, then Dockerizes and uploads the application to Docker Hub- We'll see that once the Circle CI pipeline is setup, we can control the entire pipeline process through pushing to a git branch alone, and never have to manually do any sort of configuration or commands for our deploysBy the end of the course, you will have the confidence and know how to build Go applications from start to finish - including testing, Dockerizing, and deploying them!
Who this course is for
Beginner to Intermediate developers who want to write their Go
Advanced developers coming from other languages who want to see the moving parts of a Go application

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