Go Web Apps: Risk Analyzer - Setup

Disclaimer: this is old content that’s horribly out of date and possibly very incorrect. I’ve archived it here for historic purposes only. It’s smelly, most likely not relevant, and I was still very much learning the language.

Kicking off today is a short series on building a fully working web application in Go.

Go Environment Variables: GoFig

Disclaimer: this is old content that’s horribly out of date and possibly very incorrect. I’ve archived it here for historic purposes only. It’s smelly, most likely not relevant, and I was still very much learning the language.

One problem I ran into early in my efforts to build web applications using Go was managing environment specific variables. Coming from an ASP.Net background I was used to having a plethora of .config files I could use and deploy depending on my target environment.

Go Web Apps Serving Static Files

Disclaimer: this is old content that’s horribly out of date and possibly very incorrect. I’ve archived it here for historic purposes only. It’s smelly, most likely not relevant, and I was still very much learning the language.

One feature of Go web applications I struggled with early on was how to serve my static (css, js, images, etc…) content. Here’s the setup that ended up working for me!