Go Robotics is a new programming language for robotics. It lets you build programs that are easy to test, debug and deploy. Robotics libraries like robotgo, gobot, fetchbot, go-asciibot are used to develop robust applications for robotics like mobile robots, UGV's etc. These libraries help you to make your code readable and testable by providing features like logging and testing framework. These libraries are designed to be easy to use and they provide you with an easy-to-use interface for creating your own robot programs. The libraries are built on top of the Robot Operating System (ROS) and make it easy for you to develop high performance applications that run on ROS.
Robotgo is a library for sending and receiving packets over TCP/IP sockets. The Robotgo library provides an interface for controlling a robot with a computer. It allows users to implement basic tasks like moving around, turning left/right or rotating in any direction using ROS messages. It supports both HTTP and WebSockets protocols. GoBot is an open source library to send notifications in the Go language. Fetchbot is an open source library to send notifications in the Go language. Fetchbot is a Go library for building HTTP clients and servers that can be used with any server that understands HTTP/1.1 (like Heroku). Fetchbot provides an easy way to handle network errors gracefully by allowing you to add error handling logic without having to worry about implementing custom error handling yourself. Developers tend to use some of the following open source Go Robotics libraries