How to Create a REST Service on Google AppEngine Using GO - Part 2

This article is part two of a series of articles on GO development on Google Cloud. Read part one here

Now that we've covered the basics of project creation on Google App Engine, it's time to get a REST service up and running on it. In order to accomplish that, we will be using the following tools:

  1. Google Cloud Datastore - Datastore is a NoSQL document database built for automatic scaling, high performance, and ease of application development. The documentation can be found here.
  2. Gin - Gin is an HTTP web framework written in Go (Golang) and features a Martini-like API with much better performance. The documentation can be found here.


How to Build A Recommender System In Less Than 1 Hour

Ever suffered from information overload? Finding simple pieces of information can feel like a daunting task. With all the choices and sources of information available on the internet today, it's absolutely necessary to find a way to prioritize, filter, and professionally deliver appropriate information. Recommender systems resolve this problem by searching inside large amounts of generated information to provide users with personalized services, information, and content. In very simple words, a recommender system is a subclass of an information filtering system that predicts the "preference" that a user would give an item.


Unraveling Blockchain

So, you haven't bought any Bitcoin or Ethereum yet? I understand, I wouldn't buy something that I don't know anything about either - but don’t worry. Today, we are going to introduce the famous and trending topic, the tech of the hour…Ladies and gentlemen, drum roll please!


How to Develop An Automation Framework - Part 2

In a real life scenario, automation framework is designed as a structural and conceptual module that provides high extensibility, maintainability, libraries, and guidelines for future development. The following are basic steps to help start designing and implementing automation framework using Selenium Webdriver, J-unit, and Java in Eclipse IDE. If you missed part one of this tutorial, don't worry, just click here


Try Dev Box Testing And See How Much Time You Can Save

  • Imagine that you and your team have created a perfect process. You've set up a board with the relevant columns, established a nice workflow for Github, and created scripts for Continuous Integration. Everything is working as it should. Metaphorically speaking, you're following the recipe by the book, but are you going to risk tasting it when it's finished, or will you conduct a taste test each time after you season?