Echo Quick Start Guide

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Learn
  • Key design considerations for high performance Echo applications
  • How Echo handles routing
  • How context is managed through the lifetime of the request and response pipeline
  • Decrease complexity of your apps by developing middleware functions
  • Interact with the request through request data bindings
  • Interact with the response through response data renderings within the framework
  • Use Echo's logging and error handling facilities
  • Render Go templates within Echo to allow for server side rendering of content
About

Echo is a leading framework for creating web applications with the Go language.  This book will show you how to develop scalable real-world web apps, RESTful services, and backend systems with Echo.

After a thorough understanding of the basics, you'll be introduced to all the concepts for a building real-world web system with Echo. You will start with the the Go HTTP standard library, and setting up your work environment. You will move on to Echo handlers, group routing, data binding, and middleware processing. After that, you will learn how to test your Go application and use templates.

By the end of this book you will be able to build your very own high performance apps using Echo.

A Quick Start Guide is a focussed, shorter title which provides a faster paced introduction to a technology. They are for people who don’t need all the detail at this point in their learning curve. The presentation has been streamlined to concentrate on the things you really need to know, rather than everything.

Features
  • The easiest way to learn how to build web apps with Echo
  • Build a full working project
  • For Go developers with only basic web development knowledge required
Page Count 136
Course Length 4 hours 4 minutes
ISBN 9781789139433
Date Of Publication 29 May 2018

Authors

J. Ben Huson

J. Ben Huson is a senior engineer for a metrics and data analytics company. Ben's experience with web development began over 12 years ago and has constantly evolved with the technical landscape of the industry over that time. Ben enjoys working with and contributing to open source software, including the Echo web framework. Ben has contributed to and developed open source software solutions that are currently used in production services. Ben is currently finishing his MS in Computer Science.