Building Blog in Go(golang)
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Building Blog in Go(golang)

Go applications with application data, html templates, javascript and css
2.3 (2 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
17 students enrolled
Created by Ievgen maksymenko
Last updated 12/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • In the end of my course you will learn how to build a Blog application with Go. You used MongoDB as the data store for the RESTful API application in which you organized the application logic, you create html templates and write javascript for handle process
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Requirements
  • You should have basic level of knowledge in CRUD, mongoDB and go language
Description

This course will help you to build your blog, where you can post your own posts. You can define the data
model of your Go applications using structs, in which you can program against the structs for working with
application data, also you can create different templates, adding css styles to your tags.
This course shows you how to build blog application with modern database MongoDb.
This course covers the following:

  • intro,bower components, index handler
  • write handler
  • render all new posts
  • edit post
  • delete post
  • add framework martini
  • make beautiful context with markdown
  • store all data into local db

The Go programming language can be simply described in three words: simple, minimal, and pragmatic. If you look deeply into the language design of Go, you see its simple and minimalistic approach, coupled with a pragmatic design. You can observe this simplicity with all the Go language features, including the type system. Today, many programming languages provide too many features that make applications more complex for developers. The design goal of Go is to be a simple and minimal language that provides all the necessary features for developing efficient software systems.

What are the requirements?

  • A familiarity of programming in Golang.
  • A familiarity of Linux or OSx
  • A familiarity of MongoDB
  • A familiarity of javascript and jQuery
  • A familiarity of Html and css

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learned how to build blog with Mongo in GO. How create handlers and routers. 

What is the target audience?

  • Big Data professionals who want to MongoDB, Golang, Html, Css, Javascript, jQuery.
  • IT professionals and managers who want to understand and learn this hot new technology
Who is the target audience?
  • It can be helpful from high school level
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Curriculum For This Course
9 Lectures
01:53:26
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Getting Started Building Blog in Go
9 Lectures 01:53:26


write handler
09:26

render all new posts
12:12

edit post
12:09

delete post
02:41

add framework
15:41

beautiful context
18:22

storage data
17:46
About the Instructor
Ievgen maksymenko
2.4 Average rating
18 Reviews
105 Students
5 Courses
Backend developer

I’m a solutions architect focused on building highly scalable native applications
with a special in APIs, Microservices, containerized applications, and distributed
systems. Currently specializes in Golang. I’m passionate about building scalable
back-end systems and Microservices in Go. I’m pragmatic minimalist who focuses
on real-world practices for architecting solutions. Worked with Erlang, Prolog,
PHP and Java. Now Golang and is the primary language.