Learning Path Go Advancing Into Web Development With Go Free Download

Learning Path Go Advancing Into Web Development With Go Free Download

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Harness the power of Go to level up your skillsets in web development and build web apps like a pro

What you’ll learn

Perform DOM operations with GopherJS

Upload client-side image and client-side forms

Create a 3D scene in the web browser

Implement a single page application

Build a feature-rich social media website

Manage requests and responses

Create custom middleware

Build web forms with validation and security in mind

Create functionality to upload and process images and videos

Implement a custom datastore for a relational database, document database, and an in-memory database

Explore the fundamental Concepts of Go

Write a unit test in Golang

Create a simple web server instance for the GopherFace website


This Learning Path provides a pragmatic approach to learning frontend web development using Go. Each video provides in-depth knowledge on a topic with a number of hands-on examples. As you progress through the Learning Path, we continue to elevate your skills to the next level. Filled with hands-on examples, this Learning Path will help you learn how to perform real- web development using Go. You will learn to build various applications and enhance them.


Go is one of the most powerful, efficient, and highly-performant programming languages. Go has seen an increased rate of adoption mainly because it is lightweight, easy to use, and displays great robustness when perfog in a variety of domains. Go is a modern language, created by a team of researchers from Google that is an ideal choice for all the levels of web development. Go is not only a powerful tool that can be utilized on the server-side but one that can be utilized on the client-side as well. If you’re interested to imbibe the skills of Go programming language and become a full-stack web developer, then you should opt for this Learning Path.

Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

The highlights of this Learning Path are

Build a feature-rich social media website

Build functionality for user authentication and session management

Create a simple web server instance for the GopherFace website

Build your first real- web application: a chat server

Let’s take a quick look at your learning journey. In this Learning Path, you will be provided deep insight into frontend web development using Go. It starts off by covering the fundamental mechanics of frontend web development such as perfog common DOM operations, accessing native javascript functionality, making XHR calls, rendering templates on the client-side, transmitting Gob encoded data, and communicating over a WebSocket connection. You will then demonstrate how to create a single page application by implementing client-side routing and directly rendering templates in the web browser itself. Utilizing the valuable knowledge presented in this Learning Path, you will be able to build GopherFace, a fully functioning social media website with incredible features.

Further, you will learn backend web development using Go. You will go through essential concepts which include web templates, the model view controller pattern, managing requests and responses, and building web forms. You will also learn how to create real-world solutions such as uploading image/video files, implementing a datastore for a variety of databases (relational, document, and in-memory), creating secure cookies, implementing authentication middleware, and implementing an asynchronous task queue to perform long-running tasks in the background.

In addition to getting you up to speed with backend web development practices, this Learning Path will also provide you with helpful advice and techniques that will guide you on your way to becoming a successful Go programmer.

The projects also demonstrate the key features of Go in action, such as concurrency, and will start to explore the rich ecosystem of open source libraries and frameworks that are being continually developed for the language.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will learn the tricks to build robust, secure, and fully-featured applications for the web. You will have everything you need to go out into the wild with Go to build projects of your own and become a full-stack Go web developer.

Meet Your Experts

We have combined the best works of the following esteemed authors to ensure that your learning journey is smooth

Kamesh Balasubramanian is the founder and CEO of Wirecog, LLC. He is the inventor of Wireframe Cognition (Wirecog), an award-winning, patented technology that allows machines to understand wireframe designs and produce source code from them. Kamesh has over 20 years’ software development experience and has implemented numerous solutions in the advertising, entertainment, media, publishing, hospitality, videogame, legal, and government sectors. He is an award-winning, professional member of the Association for Computing Machinery and an InfyMaker Award winner. He was recognized as a Maker of Change at the 2016 World Maker Faire in New York and, upon request, has demonstrated Wirecog at MIT.

Ben Tranter is a developer with nearly six years’ experience. He has worked with a variety of companies to build applications in Go, in the areas of data mining, web back ends, user authentication services, and developer tools, and is a contributor to a variety of open source Go projects.

Rostislav Dzinko is a software architect who has been working in the software development industry for more than six years. He was one of the first developers who started working with the Go language far earlier than the first official public release of Go 1.0 took place. Rostislav uses the Go language daily and has successfully used it in production for more than two years, building a broad range of software from high-load web applications to command-line utilities. He has a Master’s degree in Systems Eeering and has completed a PhD thesis.


Section 1: Front-End Web Development using Go

Lecture 1 The Course Overview

Lecture 2 Introduction to GopherJS

Lecture 3 Basic DOM Operations

Lecture 4 The jsbuiltin Binding

Lecture 5 Making XHR Calls

Lecture 6 Rendering Client-Side Templates

Lecture 7 Sending Gob Encoded Data over XHR

Lecture 8 Websocket Client

Lecture 9 Rendering a 3D Gopher

Lecture 10 Dynamically Resizing the 3D Gopher

Lecture 11 Panning the Camera Around the 3D Gopher

Lecture 12 Introduction to Local Storage

Lecture 13 Reading and Writing to Local Storage

Lecture 14 Instantly Kickstarting Go Projects

Lecture 15 Introduction to Single Page Architecture

Lecture 16 Implementing Client-Side Routing

Lecture 17 Introduction to Template Sets

Lecture 18 Implementing Client-Side Templates

Lecture 19 The Profile

Lecture 20 Profile Image Upload

Lecture 21 Finding New Friends

Lecture 22 Friends List

Lecture 23 The Social Media Feed

Lecture 24 Extending GopherFace

Section 2: Back-End Web Development using Go

Lecture 25 The Course Overview

Lecture 26 Dressing up Your Web App with Templates

Lecture 27 Templates in Go

Lecture 28 Custom Template

Lecture 29 Model View Controller

Lecture 30 Request Routing with Gorilla Mux

Lecture 31 Middleware

Lecture 32 HTTP Request Context

Lecture 33 Rest API

Lecture 34 Building a Web Form

Lecture 35 Extracting Web Form Data

Lecture 36 Web Form Validation

Lecture 37 Web Form Security

Lecture 38 Social Media Post Form

Lecture 39 Introduction to File Uploads

Lecture 40 Image Upload

Lecture 41 Video Upload

Lecture 42 Introduction to MySQL

Lecture 43 Implementing a MySQL Datastore

Lecture 44 Introduction to MongoDB

Lecture 45 Implementing a MongoDB Datastore

Lecture 46 Introduction to Redis

Lecture 47 Implementing a Redis Datastore

Lecture 48 TLS Web Server Instance

Lecture 49 Verifying User Credentials

Lecture 50 Secure Cookie

Lecture 51 User Session

Lecture 52 Authentication Middleware

Lecture 53 Implementing an Asynchronous Task Queue

Lecture 54 Image Resizing as an Asynchronous Task

Section 3: Go Essentials for Full Stack Web Development

Lecture 55 The Course Overview

Lecture 56 A Brief Introduction to Programming

Lecture 57 The Gist of Go

Lecture 58 Installing Go

Lecture 59 Configuring Go

Lecture 60 Basics – Variable Declaration, Built-in Types, Constants

Lecture 61 Packages

Lecture 62 Functions

Lecture 63 Conditional and Loops

Lecture 64 Command-line Program

Lecture 65 Username Syntax Checker

Lecture 66 Arrays

Lecture 67 Slices

Lecture 68 Maps

Lecture 69 Types and Interfaces

Lecture 70 Social Media Post

Lecture 71 Concurrency Versus Parallelism

Lecture 72 Goroutines

Lecture 73 Channels

Lecture 74 Range Over Channels

Lecture 75 Mutexes and Wait Groups

Lecture 76 Concurrent Pi Computation

Lecture 77 The Go Tool Chain

Lecture 78 Documentation in Go

Lecture 79 Testing in Go

Lecture 80 Unit Testing the Username Syntax Checker

Lecture 81 An Introduction to HTTP

Lecture 82 The net/http Package

Lecture 83 A Go Web Server Instance

Section 4: Go Projects

Lecture 84 Project Showcase

Lecture 85 Installing Go

Lecture 86 A Simple Static File Server

Lecture 87 Accepting Command-line Arguments

Lecture 88 Compiling to a Statically Linked Binary

Lecture 89 Dynamic Content with Go

Lecture 90 Handling GET and POST Requests

Lecture 91 Connecting to a Database

Lecture 92 Writing Tests in Go

Lecture 93 Variadic Functions, Function Chaining, and Callbacks

Lecture 94 Logging and Analytics

Lecture 95 Error Handling

Lecture 96 Advanced Middleware

Lecture 97 Usernames and Passwords

Lecture 98 The Password Reset E-mail

Lecture 99 Sessions

Lecture 100 Sessionless, Passwordless Authentication

Lecture 101 Web Application Security

Lecture 102 JSON in Go

Lecture 103 Streams and JSON

Lecture 104 Buffers

Lecture 105 Image Handling

Lecture 106 Concurrency

Lecture 107 A Simple Chat Server

Lecture 108 An Advanced Chat Server

Lecture 109 Real- Notifications

Lecture 110 Deployment Options

Lecture 111 Automated Deployments

Lecture 112 Continuous Integration

Lecture 113 Debugging

Lecture 114 Reflection

Lecture 115 Performance

This course is targeted at Go developers interested in learning how to use Go to build powerful web applications, and who want to learn full-stack web development using Go. Anyone who want to harness the power of Go, both on the backend and frontend, to create sophisticated, efficient, and production-ready web applications will also benefit from this Learning Path.

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