I come from Ruby and Rails framework environment, which offers me a lot of useful stuff.
However I'd like to move towards Go now. So far Rails provide a bunch of useful features:
- JSON rendering
- Assets pipeline and sprockets compilation
- Managing headers, cookies
- Easy deployment
- ActiveRecord as a ORM
I'm looking for something similar with Go. I found Revel framework, which is quite comprehensive, however it is missing some features (like CoffeeScript and Sass compilation, assets pipeline - CSS and JS concatenation, ORMs).
Are there any Rails similar Go frameworks? What can you recommend to start with?
I know that I can start and learn just
http packages, but this is the same as learning
rack, which may be helpful, but totally unnecessary (I learned rack after a half a year with RoR).