Granitic is a framework and lightweight application server for building and running web and micro services written in Go.
- A web service aware HTTP server with support for load-management and Identity Access Management (IAM) integration.
- A fully-featured Inversion of Control (IoC) container.
- A flexible and customisable request processing pipeline including:
- Full support for JSON and plain XML web services.
- Automatic binding of request bodies, query parameters and path parameters.
- Declarative, rule driven validation.
- A comprehensive error management system including full templating of all system and application error messages and HTTP response code mapping.
- Component based error logging.
- Query management for data sources.
- RDMBS integration with an interface designed to promote more readable code.
- A flexible task scheduler
Additionally, Granitic is designed to be 'DevOps friendly' and offers:
- Fully externalised configuration, with support for configuration files stored locally or served over HTTP.
- Low memory footprint and fast startup times (compared to JVM/CLR equivalents).
- Runtime control of deployed applications (including suspension/resumption).
- Runtime control of log levels (e.g. temporarily enable debugging without restarts).
- Runtime monitoring and control of scheduled activities.
The GoDoc for Granitic can be found here
Once you have followed the installation instructions, you can run Granitic's unit tests by running
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/graniticio/granitic go test ./...
Get in touch
- Twitter: @GraniticIO
- Email: email@example.com