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README.md

Iris-Mini-Social-Network

A mini Social-Network created with the awesome Iris Golang๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–!!

This is a fork of: https://github.com/yTakkar/Go-Mini-Social-Network.

Created by @kataras as an example on converting a web app from gin to iris. The structure is the same as the original repository, nothing changed in order to be easier to watch the changes between them.

Quick Links

  1. Screenshots
  2. Requirements
  3. Usage

Screenshots

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Requirements

  1. Make sure you keep this project inside src/ of your Golang project folder ($GOPATH).
  2. Following packages should be installed.
    1. iris
    2. checkmail
    3. MySQL driver
    4. bcrypt
    5. sessions
    6. godotenv

Usage

  1. Open PHPMyAdmin or any other db tool, create a db & import db.sql.

  2. Install all the dependencies.

# with npm
npm install

# or with yarn
yarn
  1. Create a .env file & insert the following code. Replace values with yours!!
PORT=YOUR PORT [STRING]
SESSION_HASH_SECRET=SESSION_HASH_KEY [STRING]
SESSION_BLOCK_SECRET=SESSION_BLOCK_KEY [STRING]
DB_USER=DB_USER [STRING]
DB_PASSWORD=DB PASSWORD [STRING]
DB=DB YOU JUST CREATE [STRING]

See the default .env file to see an example of it

  1. My root folder name is Iris-Mini-Social-Network, if yours is different then go ahead & change it as it used for imports. It can be done easily by searching the whole project.

  2. Now run the app.

npm start [OR] yarn start
  1. Run the app in browser.
localhost:[PORT]
  1. Enjoy ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–!!
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