## FEATURED [Securing Go Web Applications](https://stablelib.com/blog/securing-golang-web-apps/) A look at a few Go packages that can help with securing webapps in areas like HTTP security headers, rate limiting, and CSRF protection. [Go 1.5's vendor/ Experiment](https://medium.com/@freeformz/go-1-5-s-vendor-experiment-fd3e830f52c3) A look at the practical outcome of the dependency vendoring ‘experiment’ in Go 1.5. [GopherCon 2015 Closing Keynote: How Go was Made](https://sourcegraph.com/blog/live/gophercon2015/123748269730) Some great notes on Andrew’s keynote. I don’t think there’s an official video yet but there’s this shaky attendee recorded one if you want. [Writing iOS and Android Apps in Go](https://sourcedna.com/blog/20150712/golang-on-ios.html) “Go version 1.5 is on the way later this summer. One of the more interesting features is the ability to cross-build apps for Android and iOS.” [Testing in Go](http://blog.codeship.com/testing-in-go/) A look at approaches to testing in Go from a simple if statement through to testing concurrent code. [There Will Be SQL](http://blog.carbonfive.com/2015/07/09/there-will-be-sql/) Jeremy Morony used Go as an excuse to go back to basics and work with SQL instead of an ORM. [Go Support Now Official on Heroku](https://blog.heroku.com/archives/2015/7/7/go_support_now_official_on_heroku) Go is now a first class language over on the Heroku platform. ## IN BRIEF [Ivy: An iOS App Written in Go](https://news.ycombinator.com/item) [Compile Time Code Weaving in Go](https://deferpanic.com/blog/compile-time-code-weaving-in-go/) [Godong: Easy-to-Use Dynamic HTTP Route Handler](http://novalagung.com/godong/) [Ark: A Compiled Systems Programming Language Written in Go using LLVM](https://github.com/ark-lang/ark) [gtf: A Useful Set of Golang Template Functions](https://github.com/leekchan/gtf) [BuffStreams: Streaming Protocol Buffers messages over TCP in Go](https://github.com/StabbyCutyou/buffstreams) [HomeControl: An Implementation of the HomeKit Accessory Protocol (HAP) in Go](https://github.com/brutella/hc) HomeKit is a set of (usually closed) protocols and libraries to access accessories for home automation. [gocrud: Simplify CRUD of Structured Data using Graph Operations](https://github.com/manishrjain/gocrud) [GoWork: Go Library for Distributing Work to Workers](https://github.com/ryanskidmore/GoWork) A library for the encapsulation and delivery of work to a distributed set of workers.