Subha Chanda
Mar 17, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Building microservices in Go with Fiber

Subha Chanda Subha is a web developer who is passionate about learning and experimenting with new things.

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6 Replies to "Building microservices in Go with Fiber"

  1. Hi, I am new to GO. Just started learning it. I would like to know if Fiber has any advantages over the GIN library from the official documentation? It reminds me all lot of express as well. Except for minor differences it reads the same in your examples. Is there any reason to choose Fiber over GIN?

    1. Thanks for reading and for your comment. The “Hello, World!” example is meant to lay a foundation for the “Building microservices in Go using Fiber” section, which walks through the steps of building a simple microservice with Fiber.

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