Learning Go, Building a File Picker using Fyne.io

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  • go-cpu-simulator

    A GUI implementation of a CPU sim project originally developed by Wojciech S. Gac

    I started my project with an imaginary CPU I found on GitHub. That simple instruction set helped me get familiar with the basics of Go and fyne.io. Once I had the base dashboard developed, I searched for a simulator for a more complex CPU. Fortunately, there was a comprehensive simulator for the 6502 8-bit processor with associated assembler and disassembler that has been actively maintained. The 6502 was the processor on which the original Apple computer was based. I forked a copy of that and continued my learning. A summary of that effort is described in my second post here.

  • 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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  • fyne

    Cross platform GUI toolkit in Go inspired by Material Design

    Go has an io library that enables a developer to access the host file system. Building a GUI application that interacts with the native file system requires the developer to try to make the user experience the same, or similar, across platforms. We want a user to be able to work with the application without having to learn multiple ways to respond to application prompts to open files. Fortunately, fyne.io provides a fairly robust cross-platform toolset with which to accomplish this task.

  • go6502

    Fine GUI implementation wrapped around a 6502 CPU emulator written in go (by cjr29)

    I started my project with an imaginary CPU I found on GitHub. That simple instruction set helped me get familiar with the basics of Go and fyne.io. Once I had the base dashboard developed, I searched for a simulator for a more complex CPU. Fortunately, there was a comprehensive simulator for the 6502 8-bit processor with associated assembler and disassembler that has been actively maintained. The 6502 was the processor on which the original Apple computer was based. I forked a copy of that and continued my learning. A summary of that effort is described in my second post here.

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