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README.md

Vue.js and Go example project

Mathematical operations with Go (Golang) and Vue.js. See the demo.

Features

  • Create random data
  • Get calculations from Go backend
  • Uses in-memory persistence

Installation

Backend

You need at least Go 1.11 which includes module support. You don't have to place this application into the GOPATH! Dependencies are defined inside go.mod. To start the server, simply enter:

$ go run cmd/main.go 

This will fetch all dependencies automatically and starts the server at port 3000. The clients target port is also set to 3000. You can change the clients port at web/vue.config.js.

Frontend

Install the dependencies.

$ npm i

Start the server.

$ npm run serve

Now navigate to the provided URL.

Docker

Make sure you have Docker engine 18.06.0 or higher installed. You can start the server and the client with:

$ docker-compose up

Usage

First, investigate the specs. Second, create some random data points and persist them in-memory. Now get some basic calculations or a distribution chart.

Build

To build everything simply use make (nmake for Windows).

Server

Its possible to use go build -o bin/vue-go-example cmd/main.go or use make build_server. Both creates a binary inside bin with name vue-go-example.

Client

You can either build the client with make build_client or you go the client directory and enter npm run build (or with yarn: yarn build). Both builds the application and moves it into website.

Author

Julian Claus and contributors.

License

MIT

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