Go Standard Library Cookbook:Over 120 specific ways to make full use of the standard library components in Golang
Release Finelybook 出版日期：2018-02-27
Google’s Golang will be the next talk of the town, with amazing features and a powerful library. This book will gear you up for using golang by taking you through recipes that will teach you how to leverage the standard library to implement a particular solution. This will enable Go developers to take advantage of using a rock-solid standard library instead of third-party frameworks.
The book begins by exploring the functionalities available for interaction between the environment and the operating system. We will explore common string operations, date/time manipulations, and numerical problems. We’ll then move on to working with the database, accessing the filesystem, and performing I/O operations. From a networking perspective, we will touch on client and server-side solutions. The basics of concurrency are also covered, before we wrap up with a few tips and tricks.
By the end of the book, you will have a good overview of the features of the Golang standard library and what you can achieve with them. Ultimately, you will be proficient in implementing solutions with powerful standard libraries.
1:INTERACTING WITH THE ENVIRONMENT
2:STRINGS AND THINGS
3:DEALING WITH NUMBERS
4:ONCE UPON A TIME
5:IN AND OUT
6:DISCOVERING THE FILESYSTEM
7:CONNECTING THE NETWORK
8:WORKING WITH DATABASES
9:COME TO THE SERVER SIDE
10:FUN WITH CONCURRENCY
11:TIPS AND TRICKS
What You Will Learn
Access environmental variables
Execute and work with child processes
Manipulate strings by performing operations such as search, concatenate, and so on
Parse and format the output of date/time information
Operate on complex numbers and effective conversions between different number formats and bases
Work with standard input and output
Handle filesystem operations and file permissions
Create TCP and HTTP servers, and access those servers with a client
Utilize synchronization primitives
Test your code
Radomír Sohlich received the master’s degree in Applied Informatics from Faculty of Applied Informatics at Tomas Bata University in Zlín. After that, he got a job in a start-up company as a software developer and worked on various projects, usually based on the Java platform. Currently, he continues a software developer career as a contractor for a large international company.
In 2015, he fell in love with Go and kept exploring the endless power and possibilities of the language. He is passionate about learning new approaches and technology and feels the same about sharing the knowledge with others.