kandi X-RAY | beego Summary
kandi X-RAY | beego Summary
Beego is used for rapid development of enterprise application in Go, including RESTful APIs, web apps and backend services. It is inspired by Tornado, Sinatra and Flask. beego has some Go-specific features such as interfaces and struct embedding.
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I am trying to write a function that will validate a Google id token.
The oauth2 package requires me to pass in the context when creating a new service, like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-08 at 10:53
try this :
also don't use pointer in arg
ctx in function
ValidateToken because context.Context in stdlib is interface
I'm using Beego to develop a web server.
beego.Controller to process the POST requests. In my case, the POST request contains a JSON:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-05 at 09:28
To make sure that JSON does not contain unexpected fields you can use
"encoding/json" package and it's method DisallowUnknownFields. See example here https://play.golang.org/p/bif833qxytE
Note that to
io.Reader as an input. You can create
byte by using bytes.NewReader
Another topic is making sure that JSON contains all fields that are expected (OR these fields are in certain format). The answer to how make it work with
"encoding/json" package is to implement custom
UnmarshalJSON for the struct, can be found here. But I would not suggest using this approach for such task, because basically this is a validation of an input and I would rather use validation packages for this not to mix responsibilities. The most common one is go-playground/validator.v9 where you should look for
required tag. Validation cases are discussed here.
I'm in the process of creating a web application in Go using Beego (https://beego.me).
I have a requirement to capture application monitoring and metering metrics in Newrelic and to be able to view all transactions in Newrelic.
Here is my router.go class -...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-09 at 17:44
Im answering my own question as I believe Ive found a way and it might help someone else too - apparently it was just a matter of looking harder for existing plugins. I found that this plugin : https://github.com/sergeylanzman/newrelic_beego does exactly what I needed.
If we observe the code, it the author has created 3 methods -
and is inserting these as filters in the Beego environment. Under the hood the author has used the official Newrelic Go Agent (https://github.com/newrelic/go-agent) and is using Transactions to report APM data.
Here is the sample code from the plugin which registers the 3 filters -
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