Simple HTTP Server Starter in 15 Minutes

This is a quick starter, to show some of the features of Go’s http library. (sample repo here) The docs for the library are located here if you want to dig in deeper. In this post however I cover putting together a simple http server with a video on creating the http server, setting a status code, which provides the basic elements you need to further build out a fully featured server. This post is paired with a video…

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