ishell VS create-go-app

Compare ishell vs create-go-app and see what are their differences.


Library for creating interactive cli applications. (by abiosoft)
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ishell create-go-app
1 5
1,236 1,166
- 5.7%
2.6 8.7
3 months ago 12 days ago
Go Go
MIT License Apache License 2.0
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Posts with mentions or reviews of create-go-app. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-13.
  • πŸ“– Go Fiber by Examples: Working with middlewares and boilerplates
    6 projects | | 13 Sep 2021
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  • πŸŽ‰ The Create Go App project has grown to v2, but is still easier, better, faster & stronger
    7 projects | | 6 May 2021
    Hello, friends! πŸ˜‰ I'm excited to share great news with you: the Create Go App CLI project, that I've been working on for a long time, has finally been updated to major version 2.
    7 projects | | 6 May 2021
    # ./hosts.ini # Ansible inventory for deploy the Create Go App project. # Author: Vic ShΓ³stak ( # For more information, please visit [cgapp_project] # CHANGE THIS TO YOUR REMOTE SERVER IP! [cgapp_project:vars] # # Ansible default variables to start playbook: # # Set remote sudo username ansible_user=root # Ask become password for remote sudo user ansible_become=yes # Set connection type to remote server (usually, 'ssh') ansible_connection=ssh # Set Python 3 default path ansible_python_interpreter=/usr/bin/python3 # # Remote server configuration: # # Set directory on your remote server # for store project files server_dir=/var/www/cgapp # Set user (owner of files/folders) name server_user=root # Set group name server_group=docker # # Project configuration: # # Set your project domain # # Docker configuration: # # Set Docker network name docker_network=cgapp_network # # Backend configuration: # # Set backend port number, # MUST BE MATCH to the port that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! backend_port=5000 # # PostgreSQL configuration (backend DB): # # Set PostgreSQL version (for example, 13.2) postgres_version=latest # Set PostgreSQL port number, # MUST BE MATCH to the port that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! postgres_port=5432 # Set PostgreSQL user name, # MUST BE MATCH to the user name that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! postgres_user=postgres # Set PostgreSQL password, # MUST BE MATCH to the password that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! postgres_password=password # Set PostgreSQL DB name, # MUST BE MATCH to the DB name that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! postgres_db=postgres # Set PostgreSQL SSL mode state ('enabled' or 'disabled'), # MUST BE MATCH to the SSL mode state that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! postgres_ssl_mode=disable # # Go-Migrate configuration: # # Set migration number, # if you WANT to migrate all of your migrations, # just leave it blank, # for only initial migration set it to '1' migrate_number=1 # # Redis configuration (backend cache): # # Set Redis version (for example, 6.2) redis_version=latest # Set Redis port number, # MUST BE MATCH to the port that is listed # in your `./backend/.env` file! redis_port=6379 # # Nginx configuration: # # Set Nginx version (for example, 1.20-alpine) nginx_version=alpine # Set redirect from HTTP to HTTPS for default server nginx_use_only_https=yes # Set redirect from WWW to non-WWW domain for default server nginx_redirect_to_non_www=yes
  • πŸ—ž What's new and special in Create Go App CLI v1.7.0?
    5 projects | | 26 Feb 2021
    Hey, DEV friends! πŸ‘‹ Today, I'd like to introduce a new version of my own project Create Go App CLI, that changes some fundamental things.
  • ✨ A powerful CLI for create a new production-ready project with backend, frontend and deploy automation
    1 project | | 17 Nov 2020
    This is a common console utility, written on pure Golang. Therefore, download and install Go. Version 1.11 or higher is required. Next, download the latest version of the Create Go App and install to your system:

What are some alternatives?

When comparing ishell and create-go-app you can also consider the following projects:

gluetun - VPN client in a thin Docker container for multiple VPN providers, written in Go, and using OpenVPN or Wireguard, DNS over TLS, with a few proxy servers built-in.

delve - Delve is a debugger for the Go programming language.

ngrok - Introspected tunnels to localhost

ctop - Top-like interface for container metrics

glow - Render markdown on the CLI, with pizzazz! πŸ’…πŸ»

grequests - A Go "clone" of the great and famous Requests library

go-sitemap-generator - go-sitemap-generator is the easiest way to generate Sitemaps in Go


godropbox - Common libraries for writing Go services/applications.

resty - Simple HTTP and REST client library for Go

gorequest - GoRequest -- Simplified HTTP client ( inspired by nodejs SuperAgent )

godotenv - A Go port of Ruby's dotenv library (Loads environment variables from `.env`.)