|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Hoppscotch||54,664||2||a day ago||9||February 07, 2023||179||mit||TypeScript|
|👽 Open source API development ecosystem - https://hoppscotch.io|
|Locust||22,169||35||69||19 hours ago||247||July 25, 2023||20||mit||Python|
|Write scalable load tests in plain Python 🚗💨|
|Vert.x||13,770||7,633||658||a day ago||136||June 22, 2023||282||other||Java|
|Vert.x is a tool-kit for building reactive applications on the JVM|
|Httpbin||11,927||549||6||25 days ago||13||May 08, 2018||179||isc||Python|
|HTTP Request & Response Service, written in Python + Flask.|
|Record, Replay, and Stub HTTP Interactions.|
|Gopher Reading List||7,693||13 days ago||7||apache-2.0|
|A curated selection of blog posts on Go|
|Load testing at cloud-scale, as easy as 1-2-3. Serverless & distributed out-of-the-box. Never fail to scale!|
|Rest Assured||6,494||7,364||481||15 days ago||32||June 16, 2023||523||apache-2.0||Java|
|Java DSL for easy testing of REST services|
|Hurl||6,186||2||a day ago||14||June 30, 2023||111||apache-2.0||Rust|
|Hurl, run and test HTTP requests with plain text.|
|Watermill||6,050||182||a day ago||45||July 16, 2023||86||mit||Go|
|Building event-driven applications the easy way in Go.|
Here is a reading list of blog posts about Go. It aspires to include only the most useful and relevant material that anyone writing Go should eventually read. By definition, the list is a work in progress.
Rather than being comprehensive, the list is a curated selection fixed at 200 entries.
Go is growing fast and so are the number of blog posts about it. If an interested reader knows of a great post not on this list, please open an issue with a link to the post. Not every blog post linked in an issue will make its way into the list. Nonetheless, the issue list (both open and closed) is a good source of additional reading material.
NOTE: Any new additions will need to replace something else on the list to keep it at a fixed length.
See Go Books for a list of books, both free and paid.