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  • Echo

    High performance, minimalist Go web framework

    You should learn Echo and net http simultaneously, and I'll explain why. Go has a very high quality standard library which comes with a production quality web server and templating, and it has lightweight threads and concurrency primitives built into the language. So basically every library and framework builds on top of what is already there and as rule stuff integrates very well. I recommend Echo specifically because while there are lots of good frameworks, I think Echo is particularly good when it comes to documentation and code examples, i.e. beginner-friendly.

  • gobyexample

    Go by Example

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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