Golang: Intro to REST APIs with Go programming lang (Golang)
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Welcome to Build RESTful APIs with Golang (Go programming language) course. This create RESTful APIs with Golang (Go programming language) is a short no nonsense course packed with useful information that you can complete within a weekend or a few of evenings after work.
Whether you are a backend or front end developer, if you are looking for a quick, straight forward and step by step introduction to how to build RESTful APIs with Golang (Go programming language) this is the course for you.
Build RESTful APIs with Golang (Go programming language) is a collection of successive, quick and to the point hands on lectures that put emphasis on doing (code along) rather than just talking and showing slides. It is only 2 hours so it won’t be another one of those 10 hours courses that you buy and end up not completing.
What will you build?
You will create RESTful APIs with Golang (Go) that will perform CRUD operations or CREATE, READ, UPDATE AND DELETE on data you save on a PostgreSQL database.
You will work with structs and slices to create your model and store and pass data around. You will create a router to register your api endpoints and handler functions. You will also learn how to refactor your code and create a modular file structure.
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Shivansh Sinha –
A short course, useful for those who have a basic knowledge of both react and go. One of the best courses to revise all the important concepts of React and the way Mike structures his code is awesome. Also, a video for handling the CORS error must be added to this course.
The best course about Go REST API on UDEMY
Josue Arroyo –
Loved the course. Could be better explained but overall a great course.
Shogo Hirai –
Install, setting environment not explained well. Completely not for beginners.
Yuki Fachriansyah –
good easy to learn
Jason Shen –
gone through to fast and not explaining why its done this way,