Building RESTful in Go(golang)
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Building RESTful in Go(golang)

Go: the Great Stack for RESTful Services
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Created by Ievgen maksymenko
Last updated 12/2016
English
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  • 43 mins on-demand video
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What Will I Learn?
  • In the end of my course you will learn how to build a RESTful API with Go. You used MongoDB as the data store for the RESTful API application in which you organized the application logic into multiple packages to easily maintain the application.
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Requirements
  • You should have basic level of knowledge in CRUD, mongoDB and go language
Description

Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style for building scalable web services. RESTful
systems typically communicate over the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) by using HTTP verbs. The REST
architectural style was first described by Roy Fielding in his doctoral dissertation, in which he described six
constraints applied to the REST architecture.
Here are the six constraints described by Roy Fielding:
• Uniform interface
• Stateless
• Cacheable
• Client-server
• Layered system
• Code on demand (optional)

Go is a great technology stack for building applications with the Microservice pattern and its
design philosophy intersects with the Microservice architecture pattern. The idiomatic approach of Go
programming is to develop small pieces of software components as packages and then build applications by
composing these packages.

Who is the target audience?
  • It can be helpful from high school level
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Getting Started Building RESTful in Go
6 Lectures 43:23


Connection to database, model task
05:35

Model tasks, creating methods
07:45

Controller task
13:24

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.