We are extremely proud to announce the release of Echo v2. The theme for v2 is interfaces. Interfaces gives you the power to write code which can be easily extended and tested.
This version reflects the enormous amount of efforts put in by the vibrant open-source community that contributed in closing over 150 issues/pull-requests.
Highlights Use of interfaces Support for fasthttp Better performance 7 new built-in middleware Static CSRF CORS JWT Secure BodyLimit MethodOverride Structured logging Highly customizable Better documentation with real-time search Learn More Website GitHub Thanks @CaptainCodeman @mtojek @o1egl @syntaqx Others Let’s celebrate!
Today, we are excited to announce Up, a real-time file transfer service.
Key Features Real-time or offline. Don’t wait for files to upload, just copy and share the link to begin file transfer. Share files instantly and securely with one click link. Blazing fast, free and no sign up required. Transfer files with no restriction on the size and bandwidth. Demo
We are pleased to announce the first production release of Echo, version 1.0. Since Echo’s inception, we have gone through several iterations, embraced feedback from people around the world and closed over 100 issues and pull-requests.
For release notes, please visit https://github.com/labstack/echo/releases/tag/v1.0.0
Echoing some of people’s thoughts on Echo
Echo is now my preferred golang web framework after gohttp. Can write handler without any dependencies or use context. @PrabirShrestha
Today, we are excited to announce Echo, a fast HTTP router and micro web framework in Go with no GC overhead (zero dynamic memory allocation). Echo was born to cater the need of a fast and flexible HTTP router with ability to easily hook variety of middleware and handler functions available in the Go community.
Key Features Fast and flexible router. Extensible support for middleware and handler. Handy functions to render HTTP response.