Web stack recommendations

blov · · 34 次点击    
<p>I&#39;ve been away from go for a few years.</p> <p>Here&#39;s what I&#39;m thinking. Any recommendations would be great. </p> <ul> <li>std lib where possible</li> <li>router (I liked goji/gorilla at the time but projects seems stale) for REST. </li> <li>gRPC seems like a good fit non REST (agent, mobile, path to micro-service etc). I saw some good gophercon talks on this. My concern is that gRPC is Alpha. </li> <li>sqlx .... was pretty &#34;meh&#34;. Has <code>go generate</code> done anything to improve sql writing? I&#39;m not looking for an ORM, but something slightly better than SQLx would be loved. </li> <li>I&#39;d like to use an embedded database. I <em>love</em> sqlite but <em>hate</em> that the sqlite driver for go requires c-go which makes cross compilation a much bigger PITA. Any suggestions here? </li> <li>angular/react/whatever the new hot bullshit is for front-end. I was leaning towards Angular because we are B2B and that seems to be the most adopted framework in enterprise land.</li> <li>Speaking of frontend. How are you managing authorization between frontend and backend session. At the time, I used JWT but it always gave me a pretty &#34;icky&#34; feeling security wise. </li> </ul> <p>What&#39;s considered best practice these days? </p>
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