49 Go Projects You Should Know Megapack EP1

Tom Smykowski
20 min readFeb 5, 2024
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1. Templ — Write HTML in Go

HTML template in Go language, source

What we’ve learned from modern web frameworks, it’s nice to feed HTML with reactive data sources. Templ is a proposal to do the same, but not with JavaScript but with Go. You can use HTML inside your Go code as it is, and use params to modify its behavior.

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2. Gost — Create Proxy, Port Forwarder Or Reverse Proxy

Diagram showing how Gost works, source

Gost is written in Go, and offers three ways to use it:

  • proxy
  • port forwarder
  • reverse proxy

There are also built binary files, so you can use it right away. It’s simple and light.

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3. Headscale — Self Hosted Tailscale Control Server

Headscale logo, source

Headscale is an open source, self-hosted implementation of the Tailscale control server. If you don’t know Tailscale, it’s a software to create software defined, secure networks.

It’s written in Go.

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4. Frp — Reverse Proxy For NAT And Firewalls

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