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Fullstack Golang (tgram) #234

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recoilme opened this Issue Jun 22, 2018 · 5 comments

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recoilme commented Jun 22, 2018

Work in progress here: https://github.com/recoilme/tgram

Based on golang/gin/slowpoke backend: https://github.com/recoilme/golang-gin-realworld-example-app

It will use Gin, Slowpoke and vanilla javascript

I have plans do it more close to "real world" then usually
With the medium like editor, medium like looks and feel and so on. But i am not good web developer any help - welcome!

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recoilme commented Jul 10, 2018

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First alpha (technical build) - may be available here: http://tgr.am/
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recoilme commented Jul 17, 2018

Looks like finished, but i use another design and UI, not from realworld.io
I think my version is much more functional. More "real"
Demo: http://tgr.am/

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recoilme commented Jul 17, 2018

Screenshots if my site will down:
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Cameron-C-Chapman commented Aug 4, 2018

@recoilme this looks really cool!

Does this implement the realworld spec though? This looks like a similar but different project, is the backend api the realworld api? If not I'm not sure we'd want to add it as a realworld project. We could add it as a community project possibly but the value of everyone adhering to the same specification is that every comparison is "apples to apples". This might be more valuable to the go community than the realworld community.

Thoughts? @anishkny

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recoilme commented Aug 5, 2018

@Cameron-C-Chapman Hello, thank you for your attention! I started this project as realworld app but now it totally different from backend to frontend. Typegram has the same functionality in many places. Anyway it may be interesting to realworld community, i don't know
I published it in golang nuts, but with zero comments(
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/golang-nuts/sR2YICtuEgM/uKhEgWyBBgAJ

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