June 8th, 2023
Welcome back to our Go programming series! In our previous post, we covered how to integrate
pgx into Gin and build a simple CRUD API for managing users in our PostgreSQL database. Now, let's wrap up this series by summarizing what we've learned and discussing some resources for further learning.
In this series, we covered the following topics:
- Setting up a Go coding environment on Linux
- Basic Go programming concepts, syntax, and unique features
- Go structs and methods
- Go concurrency using goroutines and channels
- Using the Gin web framework to build web applications in Go
- Gin routing and middleware
- Connecting to a PostgreSQL database using the
pgxinto Gin and building a simple CRUD API
These topics cover a wide range of Go programming concepts and provide a solid foundation for building scalable and efficient web applications in Go.
If you're interested in learning more about Go programming, here are some resources to check out:
- The official Go documentation: https://golang.org/doc/
- A Tour of Go: https://tour.golang.org/welcome/1
- The Go Programming Language book by Alan A. A. Donovan and Brian W. Kernighan
- The Go Blog: https://blog.golang.org/
- Go by Example: https://gobyexample.com/
- Go Bootcamp: https://www.golangbootcamp.com/
We hope you've enjoyed this Go programming series and that it has helped you learn more about Go programming on Linux. Go is a powerful and efficient language that is well-suited for building web applications and services, and we encourage you to continue learning and exploring the language. Thanks for reading, and happy coding!