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Write Clean And Efficient Table Driven Unit Tests In Go

Table driven tests, also known as parameterized tests, have became very popular over the past few years, due to their ability to eliminate repetition. Table driven tests make it quite a bit easier to re-use the same values for different sets of tests by just moving the table outside of the scope of the test function. Different tests may benefit from the same input, and each test may have completely different configration, concurrency etc…

Top 7 Go Logging Libraries

Are you still relying on basic stdout and stderr for logging in your Go applications? It's time to level up your logging game! Logging with stdout and stderr can be complex and limiting. Messages lack structure, context, and extensibility, making monitoring and analyzing errors hard. Manual inspection of log file is time-consuming and error-prone, especially as your application grows. But There's a better way. Join us as we explore logging libraries in Go.

What is Golang Logging? A Beginner's Guide

Ever found yourself frustrated by glitches while shopping online? Picture this, you are about to make that crucial purchase, but suddenly, an error message pops up, stopping your transaction. What's behind these digital glitches, and how can they be fixed? That is where Golang logging steps in! When you encounter an error during checkout, Golang logging jumps into action, capturing crucial details about what went wrong.

How to build an API with Go and Gin

Have you ever found yourself rummaging through the fridge, trying to figure out what groceries you have and what you need to buy? Okay, maybe this isn't a super serious problem, but what better way to manage this chore than by building a web API? In this guide, we'll craft a grocery management API with Go and Gin. If you're new to API lingo, CRUD might sound a bit... well, crude. However, it's a fundamental concept! CRUD stands for create, read, update, and delete.

Mastering regular expressions in Go

Strings are arguably the most critical data type in programming, as they make so many things possible. For example, without strings, there would be no emails, text messages, or almost any other computer activity that you can think of because it is the most accessible way of passing information to both technical and non-technical people.