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Alexander Nnakwue
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Jun 10, 2020 ⋅ 11 min read

Building an Express-style API in Go with Fiber

Alexander Nnakwue Software engineer. React, Node.js, Python, and other developer tools and libraries.

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5 Replies to "Building an Express-style API in Go with Fiber"

    1. you can use air, which hot compiles and reloads. go is so fast to compile it is a viable option.

  1. Hopefully not many people will take this as good practice: aka a global pointer to a db connection that’s going to be directly shared (and potentially changed) across goroutines.

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