When communicating messages between multiple systems, it’s always a good idea to authenticate a message before taking action on it. This ensures the message hasn’t been tampered with and that it came from a known source. There are several ways of implementing this type of message authentication, but here we’re going to assume we have… Read more »
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The latest version of Golapa comes with some significant changes, namely extending support beyond Google App Engine. While we are still supporting GAE builds using the same codebase, by dockerizing Golapa we’re making it a lot easier to develop locally and deploy almost anywhere Docker is supported. Launch pages are supposed to be simple, right?… Read more »
We’re continuing to use Google App Engine to host our sign up page (we’ll discuss why in another post) which produced a common problem during our local builds: appengine-specific code would fail when using the standard Go build tools. Because our AppEngine and non-AppEngine code was similar, we wanted to keep the code-base from being fragmented…. Read more »
We’ve released v1 of Golapa — an App Engine launch page written in Go that allows a web startup to begin building a mailing list of interested leads. Content is easily editable using the existing templates and CSS is generated using Sass.
turret.io relies on Go for a lot of its email handling. One thing we noticed during development was that while Go currently has support for a quoted printable decoder it didn’t have an encoder. This is surely not optimized yet and it also doesn’t implement Go’s native io.Writer interface, but it serves its purpose for now. It’s… Read more »