Authentication system using Golang and Sveltekit - Initialization and setup

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  • go-auth

    A fullstack session-based authentication system using golang and sveltekit

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  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • go-build-template

    A Makefile/Dockerfile example for Go projects.

    Next, we will create a bunch of directories, a slight variation of this Go app template:

  • logrus

    Structured, pluggable logging for Go.

    It's some sort of logging system well explained by Alex Edwards in Let’s Go Further. As stated, we could have used logrus or any other popular logging system in Go.

  • Redis

    Redis Go client

    Following the completion of the series — Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit and Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using Python (Django) and SvelteKit — I felt I should keep the streak by building an equivalent system in PURE go with very minimal external dependencies. We won't use any fancy web framework apart from httprouter and other basic dependencies including a database driver (pq), and redis client. As usual, we'll be using SvelteKit at the front end, favouring JSDoc instead of TypeScript. The combination is ecstatic!

  • pq

    Pure Go Postgres driver for database/sql

    Following the completion of the series — Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit and Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using Python (Django) and SvelteKit — I felt I should keep the streak by building an equivalent system in PURE go with very minimal external dependencies. We won't use any fancy web framework apart from httprouter and other basic dependencies including a database driver (pq), and redis client. As usual, we'll be using SvelteKit at the front end, favouring JSDoc instead of TypeScript. The combination is ecstatic!

  • httprouter

    A high performance HTTP request router that scales well

    Following the completion of the series — Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit and Secure and performant full-stack authentication system using Python (Django) and SvelteKit — I felt I should keep the streak by building an equivalent system in PURE go with very minimal external dependencies. We won't use any fancy web framework apart from httprouter and other basic dependencies including a database driver (pq), and redis client. As usual, we'll be using SvelteKit at the front end, favouring JSDoc instead of TypeScript. The combination is ecstatic!

  • SvelteKit

    web development, streamlined (by sveltejs)

    SvelteKit v1 - Main frontend framework

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