Package goth provides a simple, clean, and idiomatic way to write authentication packages for Go web applications. (by markbates)

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    goth VS oauth2

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  • jwt-go

    goth VS jwt-go

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    goth VS authboss

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    goth VS gologin

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    goth VS authelia

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    goth VS jwt-auth

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    goth VS jwt

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    goth VS pocketbase

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    goth VS casbin

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    goth VS stable-diffusion

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    goth VS Prisma

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    goth VS qwik

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    goth VS Keycloak

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    goth VS Nim

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    goth VS dex

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goth reviews and mentions

Posts with mentions or reviews of goth. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-11-02.
  • Simple web app, how to do auth?
    11 projects | | 2 Nov 2022
  • The impossible case of pitching rust in a web dev shop
    11 projects | | 22 Sep 2022
    For the kind of websites I prefer to build -- server side rendered with HTMX/Alpine for the extra niceness -- Rust I think could be a very good fit. The main downside for my personal projects is the ecosystem. E.g., a good standard way to handle CSRF tokens, standardised oauth2 implementations (like in Go), things like that. I found myself having to write a lot of code that just exists in the Go ecosystem. The main downside for a business is that it's going to make it harder to hire, since Rust genuinely requires more skill. Yes, developers will make mistakes in Go, as it's far too easy to do things like access shared memory in dangerous ways. But on the flip side, it's a lot easier for them to deliver a feature. In a choice between shipping a feature that is buggy in hard to detect ways, vs not being able to deliver at all because you can't get developers, I think it's better to ship.


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