JavaScript Go

Open-source JavaScript projects categorized as Go

Top 23 JavaScript Go Projects

  • bud

    The Full-Stack Web Framework for Go

    Project mention: Sveltekit with golang | /r/golang | 2023-05-11

    Yeah. It seems like Bud is the best option I have to get what I want:

  • JSON-to-Go

    Translates JSON into a Go type in your browser instantly (original)

    Project mention: JSON to Go Struct Converter | /r/golang | 2023-07-08

    That site likely uses Matt's lib for that functionality:

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.

  • vault-ai

    OP Vault ChatGPT: Give ChatGPT long-term memory using the OP Stack (OpenAI + Pinecone Vector Database). Upload your own custom knowledge base files (PDF, txt, epub, etc) using a simple React frontend.

    Project mention: I built an open source website that lets you upload large files, such as in-depth novels/ebooks or academic papers, and ask GPT4 questions based on your specific knowledge base. So far, I've tested it with long books like the Odyssey and random research PDFs, and I'm shocked at how incisive it is. | /r/ChatGPT | 2023-08-05
  • gohttpserver

    The best HTTP Static File Server, write with golang+vue

  • Sabaki

    An elegant Go board and SGF editor for a more civilized age.

    Project mention: How do I record a played game on Fox? | /r/baduk | 2023-07-04

    I like Sabaki, but there's also GoWrite, CGoban (the KGS client), and others (search for "SGF editor"). You can also review .sgf with OGS online, or with AI Sensei. KaTrain is a very good AI client that can review .sgf as well.

  • Documize

    Modern Confluence alternative designed for internal & external docs, built with Go + EmberJS (by documize)

    Project mention: Looking for collaboration platform (preferably open source, alternative to Confluence) | /r/selfhosted | 2023-05-06

    You could try Documize

  • curl-to-go

    Convert curl commands to Go code in your browser

  • InfluxDB

    Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time. Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.

  • playwright-go

    Playwright for Go a browser automation library to control Chromium, Firefox and WebKit with a single API.

  • mailslurper

    Local, web-based mail server application. Slurp mails into oblivion!

    Project mention: Trap and test AWS SES emails locally | | 2023-11-19

    Yeah thanks for this, I’ve been using it for years! Recently switched to mailslurper:

  • vdp

    💧 Instill VDP (Versatile Data Pipeline) is an open-source tool to seamlessly integrate AI to process unstructured data in the modern data stack

    Project mention: Building an Instill AI Pipeline in 5 minutes | | 2023-10-22

    Step 1: Log in to your InstillAI Cloud account. If you don't have an account yet, you can create one here for free using your Email or Google or GitHub ID.

  • aether

    Aether client app with bundled front-end and P2P back-end

    Project mention: Aether - a P2P alternative to Reddit or Lemmy | /r/decentralization | 2023-10-09
  • plenti

    Static Site Generator with Go backend and Svelte frontend

  • x-ui-english

    English Version of X-UI, A Multi-protocol & Multi-user Xray Panel with a Web UI and a TG Bot

    Project mention: extremely slow v2ray speed | /r/dumbclub | 2022-12-14
  • reef-pi

    An opensource reef tank controller based on Raspberry Pi

    Project mention: Reef-pi: An open source reef tank controller based on Raspberry Pi | | 2023-06-22
  • qodana-action

    ⚙️ Scan your Go, Java, Kotlin, PHP, Python, JavaScript, TypeScript, .NET projects at GitHub with Qodana. This repository contains Qodana for Azure, GitHub, CircleCI and Gradle

    Project mention: Develop, test, and deploy your extensions for all popular CIs from a single codebase | | 2023-06-18

    This is a relatively short tutorial on how to develop, test, and deploy your CI extensions for GitHub Actions, Azure Pipelines, and CircleCI from a single monorepo and is based on the experience of creating the Qodana CI extensions.

  • kdeconnect-chrome-extension

    A browser extension to send pages and content from your browser to connected KDE Connect devices.

  • mocktail

    Free, 11MB, containerized, self-hosted mock server.

  • TOML-to-Go

    Translates TOML into a Go type in your browser instantly

  • besogo

    Embeddable SGF editor/viewer for the game of Go (aka Weiqi, Baduk)

    Project mention: baduk/Go Anki Template | /r/baduk | 2023-01-23

    special thanks to yewang for the besgo viewer

  • Shudan

    A highly customizable, low-level Preact Goban component.

    Project mention: foxwq reverse engineering and open client | /r/baduk | 2023-02-03

    I tried using Shudan which is the board that powers Sabaki, but my inexperience with JavaScript and web frameworks in general made it very hard to make any progress and I decided against it.

  • lxd-demo-server

    The LXD demo server

  • rgraph

    Backend with superpowers. Supercharge your web applications with Authentication, Database, GraphQL and serverless functions right from day zero.

    Project mention: Show HN: I built this Postgres logger for you guys to check out | | 2023-08-24

    Hey HN,

    Some of you were really interested in Postgres logging with pgAudit in my previous post here:

    So I built this logger:

    using pgAudit to show you what can be done with Postgres auditing. It offers some powerful features like "get me all the CREATE queries that ran in the past hour". These are generated by AWS RDS Instance running on my Rocketgraph account. Then they are forwarded to Cloudwatch for complex querying. In the future we can connect these logs to slack so you can get slack alerts when a developer accidentally DROPs a table.

    If you like my work, please check it out here:

    And if you want this logging on your own Postgres instance. Use

  • ogatak

    KataGo analysis GUI and SGF editor

    Project mention: Good tutorials for AI engine (pref Katago) and GUI directed at non-technical people? | /r/cbaduk | 2023-06-06

    Thanks, that seems like a very good advice. I have now actually managed to get Katago to work with Ogatak (step by step instructions can be found here), and I am slowly getting somewhat of a grip by watching youtube videos of varying quality. But it is a very piecemeal approach and I would really love to have a more systematic way of learning the ropes. But like I said, overall I am of course just super happy that there are these riches out there!

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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). The latest post mention was on 2023-11-19.

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Project Stars
1 bud 5,360
2 JSON-to-Go 4,275
3 vault-ai 3,135
4 gohttpserver 2,276
5 Sabaki 2,276
6 Documize 1,990
7 curl-to-go 1,777
8 playwright-go 1,545
9 mailslurper 1,321
10 vdp 1,247
11 aether 1,204
12 plenti 938
13 x-ui-english 621
14 reef-pi 365
15 qodana-action 227
16 kdeconnect-chrome-extension 216
17 mocktail 205
18 TOML-to-Go 152
19 besogo 87
20 Shudan 72
21 lxd-demo-server 72
22 rgraph 63
23 ogatak 55
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