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What is bone ?

Bone is a lightweight and lightning fast HTTP Multiplexer for Golang. It support :

  • URL Parameters
  • REGEX Parameters
  • Wildcard routes
  • Router Prefix
  • Route params validators
  • Sub Router, mux.SubRoute(), support most standard router (bone, gorilla/mux, httpRouter etc...)
  • Http method declaration
  • Support for http.Handler and http.HandlerFunc
  • Custom NotFound handler
  • Respect the Go standard http.Handler interface

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Speed

- BenchmarkBoneMux        10000000               118 ns/op
- BenchmarkZeusMux          100000               144 ns/op
- BenchmarkHttpRouterMux  10000000               134 ns/op
- BenchmarkNetHttpMux      3000000               580 ns/op
- BenchmarkGorillaMux       300000              3333 ns/op
- BenchmarkGorillaPatMux   1000000              1889 ns/op

These test are just for fun, all these router are great and really efficient. Bone do not pretend to be the fastest router for every job.

Example

package main

import(
  "net/http"

  "github.com/go-zoo/bone"
)

func main () {
  mux := bone.New()

  mux.RegisterValidator("isNum", func(s string) bool {
    if _, err := strconv.Atoi(s); err == nil {
      return true
    }
    return false
  })

  // mux.Get, Post, etc ... takes http.Handler
  mux.Get("/home/:id|isNum", http.HandlerFunc(HomeHandler))
  mux.Get("/profil/:id/:var", http.HandlerFunc(ProfilHandler))
  mux.Post("/data", http.HandlerFunc(DataHandler))

  // Support REGEX Route params
  mux.Get("/index/#id^[0-9]$", http.HandlerFunc(IndexHandler))

  // Handle take http.Handler
  mux.Handle("/", http.HandlerFunc(RootHandler))

  // GetFunc, PostFunc etc ... takes http.HandlerFunc
  mux.GetFunc("/test", Handler)

  http.ListenAndServe(":8080", mux)
}

func Handler(rw http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request) {
  // Get the value of the "id" parameters.
  val := bone.GetValue(req, "id")

  rw.Write([]byte(val))
}

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Libs

  • Errors dump for Go : Trash
  • Middleware Chaining module : Claw