Google App Engine SDK for Go 1.9.19

A Google App Engine SDK for Go developers, allowing them to run their Web applications on top of Google's powerful infrastructure

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What's new in Google App Engine SDK for Go 1.9.14:

  • The URL Fetch service will always issue a GET request when it receives and responds to a 302 response; previously it would preserve the original HTTP method. This new behavior is in line with modern conventions.
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The Google App Engine (GAE) is a toolkit for Web developers allowing them to create, manage and scale their applications, depending on incoming traffic and data storage needs.

GAE doesn't need special servers, running on Google's infrastructure.

It just needs programmers upload their application and run it normally.

The Google App Engine SDK for Go is a version of the GAE core that allows developers to create and run apps written and compiled in Go code.

The Google App Engine SDK for Go itself always includes the latest version of the Go compiler, along with the standard Go library.

When needed, plugins or other libraries can be uploaded as well, as long as they are written in pure Go code.

This means the SDK has no dependencies and can run fast, safely, and error-free.

Other Google App Engine SDKs are provided also for:

Last updated on April 15th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris


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