Building a REST API with GO, Gin framework, and GORM.

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  • go-structure-examples

    Examples for my talk on structuring go apps

    Let's agree to leave the MVC model for OO languages. A better architecture would be something like katzien/go-structure-examples

  • backend

    consider adding dependency injection library! here's my example: https://github.com/qst-project/backend

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  • wire

    Compile-time Dependency Injection for Go

    yeah I used uber.fx (which uses uber.dig under the hood) there's also Wire done by Google themselves https://github.com/google/wire but in my experience it is harder to set up and I found no way to create different containers and "rewire" dependencies

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