- Browse and search local packages
- View package documentation
- Open the project folder in Finder or Terminal
- Open the project repository in your browser
- Displays badges for GoDoc, Goreportcard, and Travis.CI (if .travis.yml is present)
Goggles can be run in a web browser (cross-platform) or as a standalone application (Mac only).
Stable (browser & standalone)
Grab the latest release from the Releases page.
From Source (browser mode)
Requires go 1.8 or higher.
$ go get github.com/KyleBanks/goggles/cmd/goggles $ goggles
Contributions to Goggles are very welcome! In order to contribute, either open a new issue for discussion prior to making changes, or comment on an existing ticket indicating that you'd like to take it.
In order to work on Goggles there are a few steps you'll need to take in order to build and run from source:
go get github.com/KyleBanks/goggles/...
- Install npm and Gulp, in order to build the front-end assets.
- Install go-bindata-assetfs in order to bundle front-end assets into the Go binary.
maketo build and run Goggles in your web browser.
Standalone (Mac Only)
- Install Gallium, in order to bundle the
make appto build and launch the application.
Note: If you'd like to see Goggles available as a standalone application on additional platforms, I encourage you to help contribute to the Gallium project.
Goggles was developed by Kyle Banks.
Goggles is available under the Apache 2.0 license.