Already sorry for spelling I speak English badly.
I would like to have your opinions.
I just finished learning GO in different books and site, now I would like to go on the WEB and make GUI.
What do you advise me in WEB and which is easy to learn :
In micro-framework (IRIS GO, etc.) ?
Complete framework ?
What do you advise me in GUI, cross-platform and easy to use (QT, etc.) ?
To learn Web programming, I’d suggest not using any Web packages. Rather, start with
net/http from the standard library. It is easy to write a small Web server with
net/http, and you learn more from that than from using some Web framework.
I cannot comment on GUI’s. There are a lot of them - browser based, Electron based, based on some native UI lib (Qt, wxWidgets,…) or on OpenGL, etc. etc., and to my knowledge, there is none that has become some kind of de-facto standard in the Go community.
You might want to have a look at the GUI section of awesome-go to get a first overview.
Ok, thanks for taking the time to answer me and for all it’s information, I will start with the net / http library and afterwards I would see later
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