Web.go - Tutorial
What is web.go?
web.go is the simplest way to write web applications in the Go programming language. It’s ideal for writing simple, performant backend web services.
web.go should be familiar to people who’ve developed websites with higher-level web frameworks like sinatra or web.py. It is designed to be a lightweight web framework that doesn’t impose any scaffolding on the user. Some features include:
- Routing to url handlers based on regular expressions
- Secure cookies
- Support for fastcgi and scgi
- Web applications are compiled to native code. This means very fast execution and page render speed
- Efficiently serving static files