9. Building a Web Application with Go
C.A.R. Hoare, 1980 Turing Award Winner
A web application is nothing more than a service. The attribute that makes this service different from others is the implicit contract between it and a web browser that requires at least one of the service’s resources to respond with HTML.
Surrounded by frameworks and libraries that add myriad flavors of magic and abstraction to our work, the concept of web application often carries with it negative connotations. In ...