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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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GopherJS overview

Now that we've seen a preview of using GopherJS, let's consider a high-level overview on how GopherJS works. Figure 3.3 depicts an Isomorphic Go application that consists of a Go front-end web application (using GopherJS) and a Go back-end web application:

Figure 3.3: An Isomorphic Go web application consists of a Go front-end web application (using GopherJS) and a Go back-end web application

In Figure 3.3, we illustrated the means of communication as an HTTP transaction, but it's important to note that this is not the only means by which the client and web server can communicate. We can also establish a persistent connection ...

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