Go Webview Experiments and a Simple Todo Demo App
· ☕ 11 min read
Applications in Electron are great, but they are also heavy and slow. I have been looking for a way to build an app that can be - universal (kinda - I will start with desktop experience for the masses but will eventually gravitate towards everything, everywhere, all at once) light weight - space and memory fast Just to set the frame of reference - what I want from UI development is ease of development - html, css, and js and other such delightful technologies make things easy, GTK / Xamarin / Qt / WinForms / WPF / etc.

Learn Go and HTMX with a Simple Book Tracker
· ☕ 9 min read
I have not been a fan of server-driven frontend experiences, but HTMX renaissance has piqued my interest. And yes, that only gets amplified with BunJS claims of astronomical speed for server and what it means for my choice of technologies moving forward. That is for a future post, but here we explore how Golang and HTMX can work together to create a “SPA-like” experience.

Learning Golang with Fiber
· ☕ 10 min read
I started with Golang not too long ago, and I loved the fact that I can create a web application with a couple of lines of code. But, as always frameworks help to take that web application to places. Being a practical person who develops apps for side projects and for a living, I cannot simply overstate this fact.

Golang vs. NodeJS for Web Apps - A Small-scale Developer View
· ☕ 7 min read
If you had enough of single threaded behaviour of Node and are ready for the next level (/s) - I strongly recommend you evaluate Go for your next project. Javascript is the most used language in the world and that status will not change in a hurry - thanks to its frontend nature.