Go : Just Go for it

Golang is an open-source, light-weight procedural programming language, developed in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google but launched in 2009 as an open-source programming language. Go is statically typed and compiled language, it is fast and easy to learn. Go is used for building servers and web apps. Why Go … Continue reading Go : Just Go for it

Google Cloud Pub/Sub messages using Go package : pubsub

Package pubsub provides an easy way to publish and receive Google Cloud Pub/Sub messages, hiding the details of the underlying server RPCs (Remote Procedure Calls). Google Cloud Pub/Sub is a many-to-many, asynchronous messaging system that decouples senders and receivers. Publishing Google Cloud Pub/Sub messages are published to topics. Topics may be created using the pubsub package like: topic, err … Continue reading Google Cloud Pub/Sub messages using Go package : pubsub

The Right Use of ‘ReverseProxy’ in Golang

In this article we will learn about reverse proxy, where to use it and how to implement it in Golang.  A reverse proxy is a server that sits in front of web servers and forwards client (e.g. web browser) requests to web servers. They give you control over the request from clients and responses from … Continue reading The Right Use of ‘ReverseProxy’ in Golang