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go-bindata-assetfs

Serve embedded files from go-bindata with net/http.

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Installation

Install with

$ go get github.com/go-bindata/go-bindata/...
$ go get github.com/elazarl/go-bindata-assetfs/...

Creating embedded data

Usage is identical to go-bindata usage, instead of running go-bindata run go-bindata-assetfs.

The tool will create a bindata_assetfs.go file, which contains the embedded data.

A typical use case is

$ go-bindata-assetfs data/...

Using assetFS in your code

The generated file provides an assetFS() function that returns a http.Filesystem wrapping the embedded files. What you usually want to do is:

http.Handle("/", http.FileServer(assetFS()))

This would run an HTTP server serving the embedded files.

Without running binary tool

You can always just run the go-bindata tool, and then

use

import "github.com/elazarl/go-bindata-assetfs"
...
http.Handle("/",
http.FileServer(
&assetfs.AssetFS{Asset: Asset, AssetDir: AssetDir, AssetInfo: AssetInfo, Prefix: "data"}))

to serve files embedded from the data directory.

SPA applications

For single page applications you can use Fallback: "index.html" in AssetFS context, so if route doesn't match the pattern it will fallback to file specified.

example

import "github.com/elazarl/go-bindata-assetfs"
...
http.Handle("/",
http.FileServer(
&assetfs.AssetFS{Asset: Asset, AssetDir: AssetDir, AssetInfo: AssetInfo, Prefix: "data", Fallback: "index.html"}))

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