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Go Libraries and Frameworks

 
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I understand that Go is a language which comes with a comprehensive set of libraries which means you avoid a lot of the dependency issues in other languages. However are there any additional 3rd party libraries or frameworks which you recommend and use?
 
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The standard library is full of useful packages. When you get outside of these there are just so many good ones. A few I've used:
  • gopkg.in/yaml.v2 - for parsing and writing YAML
  • github.com/urfave/cli - for creating CLI applications
  • google.golang.org/grpc - gRPC has some nice features
  • github.com/golang/protobuf - protocol buffers


  • If anyone else has ones they'd list I'd be curious to see them.
     
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