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A curated list of awesome Go frameworks, libraries, and software. Inspired by awesome-python.

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Artificial Intelligence

Libraries for building programs that leverage AI.

  • langchaingo - LangChainGo is a framework for developing applications powered by language models.
  • LocalAI - Open Source OpenAI alternative, self-host AI models.
  • Ollama - Run large language models locally.

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Audio and Music

Libraries for manipulating audio.

  • flac - Native Go FLAC encoder/decoder with support for FLAC streams.
  • gaad - Native Go AAC bitstream parser.
  • GoAudio - Native Go Audio Processing Library.
  • gosamplerate - libsamplerate bindings for go.
  • id3v2 - ID3 decoding and encoding library for Go.
  • malgo - Mini audio library.
  • minimp3 - Lightweight MP3 decoder library.
  • Oto - A low-level library to play sound on multiple platforms.
  • PortAudio - Go bindings for the PortAudio audio I/O library.

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Authentication and OAuth

Libraries for implementing authentication schemes.

  • authboss - Modular authentication system for the web. It tries to remove as much boilerplate and "hard things" as possible so that each time you start a new web project in Go, you can plug it in, configure it, and start building your app without having to build an authentication system each time.
  • branca - branca token specification implementation for Golang 1.15+.
  • casbin - Authorization library that supports access control models like ACL, RBAC, and ABAC.
  • cookiestxt - provides a parser of cookies.txt file format.
  • go-guardian - Go-Guardian is a golang library that provides a simple, clean, and idiomatic way to create powerful modern API and web authentication that supports LDAP, Basic, Bearer token, and Certificate based authentication.
  • go-jose - Fairly complete implementation of the JOSE working group's JSON Web Token, JSON Web Signatures, and JSON Web Encryption specs.
  • gologin - chainable handlers for login with OAuth1 and OAuth2 authentication providers.
  • gorbac - provides a lightweight role-based access control (RBAC) implementation in Golang.
  • gosession - This is quick session for net/http in GoLang. This package is perhaps the best implementation of the session mechanism, or at least it tries to become one.
  • goth - provides a simple, clean, and idiomatic way to use OAuth and OAuth2. Handles multiple providers out of the box.
  • jeff - Simple, flexible, secure, and idiomatic web session management with pluggable backends.
  • jwt - Lightweight JSON Web Token (JWT) library.
  • jwt - Safe, simple, and fast JSON Web Tokens for Go.
  • jwt-auth - JWT middleware for Golang http servers with many configuration options.
  • jwt-go - A full featured implementation of JSON Web Tokens (JWT). This library supports the parsing and verification as well as the generation and signing of JWTs.
  • keto - Open Source (Go) implementation of "Zanzibar: Google's Consistent, Global Authorization System". Ships gRPC, REST APIs, newSQL, and an easy and granular permission language. Supports ACL, RBAC, and other access models.
  • loginsrv - JWT login microservice with pluggable backends such as OAuth2 (Github), htpasswd, osiam.
  • oauth2 - Successor of goauth2. Generic OAuth 2.0 package that comes with JWT, Google APIs, Compute Engine, and App Engine support.
  • oidc - Easy to use OpenID Connect client and server library written for Go and certified by the OpenID Foundation
  • openfga - Implementation of fine-grained authorization based on the "Zanzibar: Google's Consistent, Global Authorization System" paper. Backed by CNCF.
  • osin - Golang OAuth2 server library.
  • otpgen - Library to generate TOTP/HOTP codes.
  • otpgo - Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP) and HMAC-Based One-Time Password (HOTP) library for Go.
  • paseto - Golang implementation of Platform-Agnostic Security Tokens (PASETO).
  • permissions2 - Library for keeping track of users, login states, and permissions. Uses secure cookies and bcrypt.
  • scope - Easily Manage OAuth2 Scopes In Go.
  • scs - Session Manager for HTTP servers.
  • securecookie - Efficient secure cookie encoding/decoding.
  • session - Go session management for web servers (including support for Google App Engine - GAE).
  • sessions - Dead simple, highly performant, highly customizable sessions service for go http servers.
  • sessionup - Simple, yet effective HTTP session management and identification package.
  • sjwt - Simple jwt generator and parser.

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Blockchain

Tools for building blockchains.

  • cometbft - A distributed, Byzantine fault-tolerant, deterministic state machine replication engine. It is a fork of Tendermint Core and implements the Tendermint consensus algorithm.
  • cosmos-sdk - A Framework for Building Public Blockchains in the Cosmos Ecosystem.
  • go-ethereum - Official Go implementation of the Ethereum protocol.
  • gosemble - A Go-based framework for building Polkadot/Substrate-compatible runtimes.
  • gossamer - A Go implementation of the Polkadot Host.
  • kubo - A blockchain framework implemented in Go. It provides content-addressable storage which can be used for decentralized storage in DApps. It is based on the IPFS protocol.
  • solana-go - Go library to interface with Solana JSON RPC and WebSocket interfaces.
  • tendermint - High-performance middleware for transforming a state machine written in any programming language into a Byzantine Fault Tolerant replicated state machine using the Tendermint consensus and blockchain protocols.

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Bot Building

Libraries for building and working with bots.

  • bot - Zero-dependencies Telegram Bot library with additional UI components
  • echotron - An elegant and concurrent library for Telegram Bots in Go.
  • ephemeral-roles - A Discord bot for managing ephemeral roles based upon voice channel member presence.
  • go-chat-bot - IRC, Slack & Telegram bot written in Go.
  • go-joe - A general-purpose bot library inspired by Hubot but written in Go.
  • go-sarah - Framework to build a bot for desired chat services including LINE, Slack, Gitter, and more.
  • go-tg - Generated from official docs Go client library for accessing Telegram Bot API, with batteries for building complex bots included.
  • go-tgbot - Pure Golang Telegram Bot API wrapper, generated from swagger file, session-based router, and middleware.
  • go-twitch-irc - Library to write bots for twitch.tv chat
  • Golang CryptoTrading Bot - A golang implementation of a console-based trading bot for cryptocurrency exchanges.
  • govkbot - Simple Go VK bot library.
  • hanu - Framework for writing Slack bots.
  • Kelp - official trading and market-making bot for the Stellar DEX. Works out-of-the-box, written in Golang, compatible with centralized exchanges and custom trading strategies.
  • larry - Larry 🐦 is a really simple Twitter bot generator that tweets random repositories from Github built in Go.
  • margelet - Framework for building Telegram bots.
  • micha - Go Library for Telegram bot api.
  • olivia - A chatbot built with an artificial neural network.
  • slack-bot - Ready to use Slack Bot for lazy developers: Custom commands, Jenkins, Jira, Bitbucket, Github...
  • slacker - Easy to use framework to create Slack bots.
  • slackscot - Another framework for building Slack bots.
  • tbot - Telegram bot server with API similar to net/http.
  • telebot - Telegram bot framework is written in Go.
  • telego - Telegram Bot API library for Golang with full one-to-one API implementation.
  • telegram-bot-api - Simple and clean Telegram bot client.
  • teleterm - Telegram Bot Exec Terminal Command.
  • Tenyks - Service oriented IRC bot using Redis and JSON for messaging.
  • wayback - A bot for Telegram, Mastodon, Slack, and other messaging platforms archives webpages.

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Build Automation

Libraries and tools help with build automation.

  • 1build - Command line tool to frictionlessly manage project-specific commands.
  • anko - Simple application watcher for multiple programming languages.
  • gaper - Builds and restarts a Go project when it crashes or some watched file changes.
  • gilbert - Build system and task runner for Go projects.
  • gob - Gradle/Maven like build tool for Go projects.
  • goyek - Create build pipelines in Go.
  • mage - Mage is a make/rake-like build tool using Go.
  • mmake - Modern Make.
  • realize - Go build a system with file watchers and live to reload. Run, build and watch file changes with custom paths.
  • Task - simple "Make" alternative.
  • taskctl - Concurrent task runner.
  • xc - Task runner with README.md defined tasks, executable markdown.

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Command Line

Advanced Console UIs

Libraries for building Console Applications and Console User Interfaces.

  • asciigraph - Go package to make lightweight ASCII line graph ╭┈╯ in command line apps with no other dependencies.
  • aurora - ANSI terminal colors that support fmt.Printf/Sprintf.
  • box-cli-maker - Make Highly Customized Boxes for your CLI.
  • bubble-table - An interactive table component for bubbletea.
  • bubbles - TUI components for bubbletea.
  • bubbletea - Go framework to build terminal apps, based on The Elm Architecture.
  • cfmt - Contextual fmt inspired by bootstrap color classes.
  • cfmt - Simple and convenient formatted stylized output fully compatible with fmt library.
  • chalk - Intuitive package for prettifying terminal/console output.
  • colourize - Go library for ANSI colour text in terminals.
  • crab-config-files-templating - Dynamic configuration file templating tool for kubernetes manifest or general configuration files.
  • ctc - The non-invasive cross-platform terminal color library does not need to modify the Print method.
  • go-ataman - Go library for rendering ANSI colored text templates in terminals.
  • go-colorable - Colorable writer for windows.
  • go-colortext - Go library for color output in terminals.
  • go-isatty - isatty for golang.
  • go-palette - Go library that provides elegant and convenient style definitions using ANSI colors. Fully compatible & wraps the fmt library for nice terminal layouts.
  • go-prompt - Library for building a powerful interactive prompt, inspired by python-prompt-toolkit.
  • gocui - Minimalist Go library aimed at creating Console User Interfaces.
  • gommon/color - Style terminal text.
  • gookit/color - Terminal color rendering tool library, support 16 colors, 256 colors, RGB color rendering output, compatible with Windows.
  • lipgloss - Declaratively define styles for color, format and layout in the terminal.
  • marker - Easiest way to match and mark strings for colorful terminal outputs.
  • mpb - Multi progress bar for terminal applications.
  • progressbar - Basic thread-safe progress bar that works in every OS.
  • pterm - A library to beautify console output on every platform with many combinable components.
  • simpletable - Simple tables in a terminal with Go.
  • spinner - Go package to easily provide a terminal spinner with options.
  • tabby - A tiny library for super simple Golang tables.
  • table - Small library for terminal color based tables .
  • tabular - Print ASCII tables from command line utilities without the need to pass large sets of data to the API.
  • termbox-go - Termbox is a library for creating cross-platform text-based interfaces.
  • termdash - Go terminal dashboard based on termbox-go and inspired by termui.
  • termenv - Advanced ANSI style & color support for your terminal applications.
  • termui - Go terminal dashboard based on termbox-go and inspired by blessed-contrib.
  • uilive - Library for updating terminal output in real time.
  • uiprogress - Flexible library to render progress bars in terminal applications.
  • uitable - Library to improve readability in terminal apps using tabular data.
  • yacspin - Yet Another CLi Spinner package, for working with terminal spinners.

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Standard CLI

Libraries for building standard or basic Command Line applications.

  • acmd - Simple, useful, and opinionated CLI package in Go.
  • argparse - Command line argument parser inspired by Python's argparse module.
  • argv - Go library to split command line string as arguments array using the bash syntax.
  • carapace - Command argument completion generator for spf13/cobra.
  • carapace-bin - Multi-shell multi-command argument completer.
  • carapace-spec - Define simple completions using a spec file.
  • cli - Feature-rich and easy to use command-line package based on golang struct tags.
  • cli - Simple and complete API for building command line interfaces in Go.
  • climax - Alternative CLI with "human face", in spirit of Go command.
  • clîr - A Simple and Clear CLI library. Dependency free.
  • cmd - Extends the standard flag package to support sub commands and more in idiomatic way.
  • cmdr - A POSIX/GNU style, getopt-like command-line UI Go library.
  • cobra - Commander for modern Go CLI interactions.
  • command-chain - A go library for configure and run command chains - such as pipelining in unix shells.
  • commandeer - Dev-friendly CLI apps: sets up flags, defaults, and usage based on struct fields and tags.
  • complete - Write bash completions in Go + Go command bash completion.
  • Dnote - A simple command line notebook with multi-device sync.
  • elvish - An expressive programming language and a versatile interactive shell.
  • env - Tag-based environment configuration for structs.
  • flag - Simple but powerful command line option parsing library for Go supporting subcommand.
  • flaggy - A robust and idiomatic flags package with excellent subcommand support.
  • flagvar - A collection of flag argument types for Go's standard flag package.
  • go-andotp - A CLI program to encrypt/decrypt andOTP files. Can be used as a library as well.
  • go-arg - Struct-based argument parsing in Go.
  • go-commander - Go library to simplify CLI workflow.
  • go-flags - go command line option parser.
  • go-getoptions - Go option parser inspired by the flexibility of Perl’s GetOpt::Long.
  • gocmd - Go library for building command line applications.
  • hiboot cli - cli application framework with auto configuration and dependency injection.
  • job - JOB, make your short-term command as a long-term job.
  • kingpin - Command line and flag parser supporting sub commands (superseded by kong; see below).
  • liner - Go readline-like library for command-line interfaces.
  • mcli - A minimal but very powerful cli library for Go.
  • mitchellh/cli - Go library for implementing command-line interfaces.
  • mow.cli - Go library for building CLI applications with sophisticated flag and argument parsing and validation.
  • ops - Unikernel Builder/Orchestrator.
  • pflag - Drop-in replacement for Go's flag package, implementing POSIX/GNU-style --flags.
  • readline Shell library with modern and easy to use UI features.
  • sand - Simple API for creating interpreters and so much more.
  • sflags - Struct based flags generator for flag, urfave/cli, pflag, cobra, kingpin, and other libraries.
  • strumt - Library to create prompt chain.
  • subcmd - Another approach to parsing and running subcommands. Works alongside the standard flag package.
  • survey - Build interactive and accessible prompts with full support for windows and posix terminals.
  • ts - Timestamp convert & compare tool.
  • ukautz/clif - Small command line interface framework.
  • urfave/cli - Simple, fast, and fun package for building command line apps in Go (formerly codegangsta/cli).
  • version - Collects and displays CLI version information in multiple formats along with upgrade notice.
  • wlog - Simple logging interface that supports cross-platform color and concurrency.
  • wmenu - Easy to use menu structure for cli applications that prompt users to make choices.

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Configuration

Libraries for configuration parsing.

  • aconfig - Simple, useful and opinionated config loader.
  • cleanenv - Minimalistic configuration reader (from files, ENV, and wherever you want).
  • config - Cloud native application configuration. Bind ENV to structs in only two lines.
  • config - configure you app using file, environment variables, or flags in two lines of code
  • config - JSON or YAML configuration wrapper with environment variables and flags parsing.
  • configuration - Library for initializing configuration structs from env variables, files, flags and 'default' tag.
  • configure - Provides configuration through multiple sources, including JSON, flags and environment variables.
  • configuro - opinionated configuration loading & validation framework from ENV and Files focused towards 12-Factor compliant applications.
  • confita - Load configuration in cascade from multiple backends into a struct.
  • conflate - Library/tool to merge multiple JSON/YAML/TOML files from arbitrary URLs, validation against a JSON schema, and application of default values defined in the schema.
  • env - Parse environment variables to Go structs (with defaults).
  • env - A lightweight package for loading environment variables into structs.
  • envcfg - Un-marshaling environment variables to Go structs.
  • envconf - Configuration from environment.
  • envconfig - Read your configuration from environment variables.
  • envh - Helpers to manage environment variables.
  • fig - Tiny library for reading configuration from a file and from environment variables (with validation & defaults).
  • gcfg - read INI-style configuration files into Go structs; supports user-defined types and subsections.
  • genv - Read environment variables easily with dotenv support.
  • go-aws-ssm - Go package that fetches parameters from AWS System Manager - Parameter Store.
  • go-conf - Simple library for application configuration based on annotated structs. It supports reading the configuration from environment variables, config files and command line parameters.
  • go-ini - A Go package that marshals and unmarshals INI-files.
  • go-ssm-config - Go utility for loading configuration parameters from AWS SSM (Parameter Store).
  • go-up - A simple configuration library with recursive placeholders resolution and no magic.
  • goConfig - Parses a struct as input and populates the fields of this struct with parameters from command line, environment variables and configuration file.
  • godotenv - Go port of Ruby's dotenv library (Loads environment variables from .env).
  • gofigure - Go application configuration made easy.
  • GoLobby/Config - GoLobby Config is a lightweight yet powerful configuration manager for the Go programming language.
  • gone/jconf - Modular JSON configuration. Keep you config structs along with the code they configure and delegate parsing to submodules without sacrificing full config serialization.
  • gonfig - Tag-based configuration parser which loads values from different providers into typesafe struct.
  • gookit/config - application config manage(load,get,set). support JSON, YAML, TOML, INI, HCL. multi file load, data override merge.
  • harvester - Harvester, a easy to use static and dynamic configuration package supporting seeding, env vars and Consul integration.
  • hjson - Human JSON, a configuration file format for humans. Relaxed syntax, fewer mistakes, more comments.
  • hocon - Configuration library for working with the HOCON(a human-friendly JSON superset) format, supports features like environment variables, referencing other values, comments and multiple files.
  • ingo - Flags persisted in an ini-like config file.
  • ini - Go package to read and write INI files.
  • ini - INI Parser & Write Library, Unmarshal to Struct,Marshal to Json,Write File,watch file.
  • joshbetz/config - Small configuration library for Go that parses environment variables, JSON files, and reloads automatically on SIGHUP.
  • kelseyhightower/envconfig - Go library for managing configuration data from environment variables.
  • koanf - Light weight, extensible library for reading config in Go applications. Built in support for JSON, TOML, YAML, env, command line.
  • konf - The simplest API for reading/watching config from file, env, flag and clouds (e.g. AWS, Azure, GCP).
  • konfig - Composable, observable and performant config handling for Go for the distributed processing era.
  • kong - Command-line parser with support for arbitrarily complex command-line structures and additional sources of configuration such as YAML, JSON, TOML, etc (successor to kingpin).
  • mini - Golang package for parsing ini-style configuration files.
  • nasermirzaei89/env - Simple useful package for read environment variables.
  • nfigure - Per-library struct-tag based configuration from command lines (Posix & Go-style); environment, JSON, YAML
  • onion - Layer based configuration for Go, Supports JSON, TOML, YAML, properties, etcd, env, and encryption using PGP.
  • piper - Viper wrapper with config inheritance and key generation.
  • store - Lightweight configuration manager for Go.
  • swap - Instantiate/configure structs recursively, based on build environment. (YAML, TOML, JSON and env).
  • typenv - Minimalistic, zero dependency, typed environment variables library.
  • uConfig - Lightweight, zero-dependency, and extendable configuration management.
  • viper - Go configuration with fangs.
  • xdg - Go implementation of the XDG Base Directory Specification and XDG user directories.
  • xdg - Cross platform package that follows the XDG Standard.

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Continuous Integration

Tools for help with continuous integration.

  • Bencher - A suite of continuous benchmarking tools designed to catch performance regressions in CI.
  • CDS - Enterprise-Grade CI/CD and DevOps Automation Open Source Platform.
  • dot - A minimal, local first continuous integration system that uses Docker to run jobs concurrently in stages.
  • drone - Drone is a Continuous Integration platform built on Docker, written in Go.
  • duci - A simple ci server no needs domain specific languages.
  • go-fuzz-action - Use Go 1.18's built-in fuzz testing in GitHub Actions.
  • go-test-coverage - Tool and GitHub action which reports issues when test coverage is below set threshold.
  • gomason - Test, Build, Sign, and Publish your go binaries from a clean workspace.
  • gotestfmt - go test output for humans.
  • goveralls - Go integration for Coveralls.io continuous code coverage tracking system.
  • overalls - Multi-Package go project coverprofile for tools like goveralls.
  • roveralls - Recursive coverage testing tool.
  • woodpecker - Woodpecker is a community fork of the Drone CI system.

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CSS Preprocessors

Libraries for preprocessing CSS files.

  • gcss - Pure Go CSS Preprocessor.
  • go-libsass - Go wrapper to the 100% Sass compatible libsass project.

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Data Structures and Algorithms

Bit-packing and Compression

  • bingo - Fast, zero-allocation, lexicographical-order-preserving packing of native types to bytes.
  • binpacker - Binary packer and unpacker helps user build custom binary stream.
  • bit - Golang set data structure with bonus bit-twiddling functions.
  • crunch - Go package implementing buffers for handling various datatypes easily.
  • go-ef - A Go implementation of the Elias-Fano encoding.
  • roaring - Go package implementing compressed bitsets.

Bit Sets

  • bitmap - Dense, zero-allocation, SIMD-enabled bitmap/bitset in Go.
  • bitset - Go package implementing bitsets.

Bloom and Cuckoo Filters

  • bloom - Go package implementing Bloom filters.
  • bloom - Bloom filters implemented in Go.
  • bloom - Golang Bloom filter implementation.
  • bloomfilter - Yet another Bloomfilter implementation in Go, compatible with Java's Guava library.
  • boomfilters - Probabilistic data structures for processing continuous, unbounded streams.
  • cuckoo-filter - Cuckoo filter: a comprehensive cuckoo filter, which is configurable and space optimized compared with other implements, and all features mentioned in original paper is available.
  • cuckoofilter - Cuckoo filter: a good alternative to a counting bloom filter implemented in Go.
  • ring - Go implementation of a high performance, thread safe bloom filter.

Data Structure and Algorithm Collections