Go React

Open-source Go projects categorized as React

Top 23 Go React Projects

  • esbuild

    An extremely fast bundler for the web

  • Project mention: Why and How to Migrate Your React App from CRA to Vite | dev.to | 2024-06-10

    Vite is not a bundler but a frontend tool that intelligently uses ESBuild and Rollup for their best use cases.

  • InfluxDB

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  • memos

    An open source, lightweight note-taking service. Easily capture and share your great thoughts.

  • Project mention: GitHub issues from top Open Source Golang Repositories that you should contribute to | dev.to | 2024-01-15

    Memos - customise max content length of memo

  • Wails

    Create beautiful applications using Go

  • Project mention: Gio UI – Cross-Platform GUI for Go | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-05-18

    A different option is Wails [1], which allows you to write all logic in Go, and the UI in HTML (with any or no web framework). It's like Electron but lighter because it doesn't ship Chrome but uses the system's web viewer instead.

    [1] https://github.com/wailsapp/wails

  • Apache Answer

    A Q&A platform software for teams at any scales. Whether it's a community forum, help center, or knowledge management platform, you can always count on Apache Answer.

  • Project mention: Build a Safe and Respectful Community with Answer 1.3.1 | dev.to | 2024-05-27

    Find out more in our Release note.

  • Gotify

    A simple server for sending and receiving messages in real-time per WebSocket. (Includes a sleek web-ui) (by gotify)

  • Project mention: Gotify: A simple server for sending and receiving messages | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-03-12
  • client

    Keybase Go Library, Client, Service, OS X, iOS, Android, Electron

  • porter

    Kubernetes powered PaaS that runs in your own cloud.

  • Project mention: Show HN: Porter Cloud – PaaS with an eject button | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-05-23

    Hi HN! Porter Cloud (https://porter.run/porter-cloud) is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) like Heroku, but we make it easy for you to migrate to AWS, Azure, or GCP when you're ready.

    Like Heroku, Porter takes care of a lot of generic DevOps work for you (like setting up CI/CD, containerizing your applications, autoscaling, SSL certificates, setting up a reverse proxy) and lets you deploy your apps with a few clicks — saving you a lot of time while developing. However, as you probably know, there’s a downside: platforms like this become constraining if and when your app takes off and you need to scale. The time you saved while developing can get pretty expensive once you’re paying for a lot of users — and the platforms tend to try to keep you locked in!

    Our idea is to give you the best of both worlds: use Porter Cloud for as long as it saves you time and development cost, but at any time you can press the “eject button” to migrate your app to your own AWS, Azure, or GCP account as you please. We make it seamless to break out, so you’re no longer subject to the rigid constraints of a conventional PaaS. You can migrate in a few simple steps outlined here: https://docs.porter.run/other/eject.

    A bit of background: we first launched on HN almost 3 years ago with our original product Porter (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26993421, https://porter.run), which deploys your applications to your own AWS, Azure, or GCP account with the simple experience of a PaaS.

    Since then, we’ve helped countless companies migrate from a PaaS to one of the big three cloud providers. Most of them had gotten started on a PaaS in the early days to optimize for speed and ease of use, but ultimately had to go through a painful migration to AWS, Azure, or GCP as they scaled and ran into various constraints on their original PaaS.

    Interestingly, we learned that many companies that start on a PaaS are fully aware that they’ll have to migrate to one of the big three public clouds [1] at some point. Yet they choose to deploy on a PaaS anyway because outgrowing a cloud platform is a “champagne problem” when you’re focused on getting something off the ground. This, however, becomes a very tangible problem when you need to migrate your entire production infrastructure while serving many users at scale. It’s a “nice problem to have”, until it isn’t.

    We’ve built Porter Cloud so that the next generation of startups can get off the ground as quickly as possible, with a peace of mind that you can effortlessly move to one of the tried and true hyperscalers when you are ready to scale.

    We are excited to see what you build on Porter Cloud. If you’ve ever dealt with a migration from a PaaS to one of the big three cloud providers, we’d also love to hear about your experience in the comments. Looking forward to it!

    [1] By “big three clouds” we mean the lower-level primitives of each cloud provider. We don’t mean their higher level offerings like AWS App Runner, Google Cloud Run, or Azure App Service, since those run into the same PaaS problems described above.

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  • Rudderstack

    Privacy and Security focused Segment-alternative, in Golang and React

  • Project mention: Rudderstack Switches to Elastic License | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-08
  • console

    Redpanda Console is a developer-friendly UI for managing your Kafka/Redpanda workloads. Console gives you a simple, interactive approach for gaining visibility into your topics, masking data, managing consumer groups, and exploring real-time data with time-travel debugging. (by redpanda-data)

  • flipt

    Enterprise-ready, GitOps enabled, CloudNative feature management solution

  • Project mention: Ask HN: How did you build feature flags? | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-03

    We at https://flipt.io are putting on a buy vs build webinar in a couple of weeks to discuss this very thing as it's a common question that engineering teams seem to have.

    If you're interested in attending its taking place on LinkedIn on April 17: https://www.linkedin.com/events/buildvs-buy-pickingafeaturef...

  • goxygen

    Generate a modern Web project with Go and Angular, React, or Vue in seconds 🎲

  • Project mention: Goxygen v0.6.0 is released adding support for Go 1.20 | /r/golang | 2023-06-30
  • vecty

    Vecty lets you build responsive and dynamic web frontends in Go using WebAssembly, competing with modern web frameworks like React & VueJS.

  • casibase

    Spising: ⚡️Open-source AI LangChain-like RAG (Retrieval-Augmented Generation) knowledge database with web UI and Enterprise SSO⚡️, supports OpenAI, Azure, LLaMA, Google Gemini, HuggingFace, Claude, Grok, etc., chat bot demo: https://demo.casibase.com, admin UI demo: https://demo-admin.casibase.com

  • Project mention: Open-source AI knowledge database with web UI and Enterprise SSO | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-12-21
  • Rendora

    dynamic server-side rendering using headless Chrome to effortlessly solve the SEO problem for modern javascript websites

  • openbooks

    Search and Download eBooks

  • Project mention: Ebooks | /r/PleX | 2023-12-06

    There are already some very good ebooks solutions out there so there's really no need. Calibre for the backend and database management, Calibre-Web for the front end, and Openbooks for content.

  • kuard

    Demo app for Kubernetes Up and Running book

  • sensu-go

    Simple. Scalable. Multi-cloud monitoring.

  • The Go Play Space

    Advanced Go Playground frontend written in Go, with syntax highlighting, turtle graphics mode, and more

  • Dispatch

    Web-based IRC client in Go. (by khlieng)

  • agent

    An open and scalable video surveillance system for anyone making this world a better and more peaceful place. (by kerberos-io)

  • Project mention: payment not working | /r/kerberos_io | 2023-07-03

    On kerberos.io I cannot add a credit card to pay the subscription. I've tryed with different cards, but the result is always the same, like you see in the video, with no errors displayed.

  • Satellity

    Yet another open source forum written in Golang, React and PostgreSQL.

  • Project mention: Golang REST API boilerplate | dev.to | 2024-06-04
  • buildbuddy

    BuildBuddy is an open source Bazel build event viewer, result store, remote cache, and remote build execution platform.

  • Readflow

    readflow is a news-reading (or read-it-later) solution focused on versatility and simplicity.

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Index

What are some of the best open-source React projects in Go? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 esbuild 37,494
2 memos 28,107
3 Wails 22,974
4 Apache Answer 11,740
5 Gotify 10,345
6 client 8,801
7 porter 4,158
8 Rudderstack 3,976
9 console 3,646
10 flipt 3,389
11 goxygen 3,366
12 vecty 2,757
13 casibase 2,355
14 Rendora 1,997
15 openbooks 1,748
16 kuard 1,552
17 sensu-go 990
18 The Go Play Space 977
19 Dispatch 639
20 agent 624
21 Satellity 604
22 buildbuddy 559
23 Readflow 388

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