This is Part 2 of the gRPC tutorials. If you haven’t checked that out, here’s the link: Introduction to gRPC with Golang. Since we covered all the basics, we’ll directly jump into implementing a unary gRPC with GO. Define a proto service Implement server in Go Implement client in Go Error Handling Homebrew and Protoc …
Here, we will learn everything about what gRPC is and how we can implement it with the Go programming language. Be sure to have a notebook or text editor ready to take notes for future reference. Also, go through some of the other tutorials on this website if you’re interested. Why gRPC? Today, applications are …
I will explain how redis works, and how to use it.
Today I bring to you another new fascinating package I’ve discovered, and which I’ve been tinkering with for a while now. And that is the finance-go package created by Michael Ackley, which allows us to directly retrieve stock market data on various crypto-currencies and quotes, equities, options, etc. pulled from Yahoo Finance.
A side tangent for a deeper understanding of how and what reflection is, and how types and values in Go work. Be sure to check out the main article: Golang reflect package.
In this article, we’ll be looking at how we can deploy any Go function to AWS super easily. We can run code for virtually any type of application or backend service – all with zero administration.
GORM v2.0 just released a month ago(on Aug 21, 2020), so I think it is the perfect time to look at the features of this amazing package created by a solo developer Jingzhu.
Welcome to the second section of the Golang REST API tutorial, where we code from scratch in Go everything needed. If you haven’t checked out the first segment, go to Golang REST API – 1.
Welcome to a new article segment on building a REST API using Go. I will try to make this a series so that it covers everything that is needed by you to make your own. This is the first part. Links will be provided at the end of this segment to the next article.
This is a simple Golang Plotting tutorial that will introduce you to a few of the libraries I use, along with a few examples.