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— If you’ve not played with modules yet due to a lack of a canonical, official tutorial, wait no more. This post on the official Go blog covers modules, as supported in Go 1.11 and Go 1.12, from their creation to adding, upgrading and removing dependencies. Since module mode will be the default from Go 1.13 onward, now is the perfect time to cover this ground.
— Fyne doesn’t take the common ‘webview’ approach but instead renders its own widgets and canvases via OpenGL. Works on Windows, macOS and Linux. GitHub repo.
— RedisGreen provides better tools, instrumentation and support for high-performance Redis.
— A variety of relatively minor fixes to things like cgo, the
go command, and several packages including fmt, net/smtp, os, path/filepath, sync, and template.
— GoBridge and Google have come together to create the Go Developer Network (GDN), a collection of Go user groups working together with a shared mission to empower developer communities. If you currently run a user group, consider joining.