A few weeks ago a good friend of mine and me had a discussion about the usefulness of frameworks and libraries mixed with the desire “to know how things work” and such build them yourself.
For a certain application the userhandling was still one of the missing pieces and I suggested “why not use one of the many frameworks available for golang”, since quite a few popped up during an initial search - the awesome go lists some of them in a section. He replied “well, user handling ain’t that complex and I want to know how it works anyways”. Both valid points. Since my view was only based on some quick searches (in regard to the golang side of things), I felt that it could be worthwhile to validate my assumption. Definitly not to proof my point but moreover to learn some more about golang and its ecosystem.
What features would I want to have in such a user handling layer?
First step: based on these wishlist items, look for the framework to use.
I will track the progress with a series of blogposts.