I thought the whole point of code splitting is to not have crap like that, but instead have the files isolated and only expose the structures that need to be exposed
I read somewhere if you want to run multiple file better use `go run .`
which method is better `go run .` or `go run main.go greeting.go`
And what about importing different packages (not named "main"), especially those existing in the same folder as main.go file? It's not that simple as writing import "nameOfCustomPackage".
what if you have a lots files of go lang? are you gonna write down all file name or what?
I instantly like any video of Ninja I see)
P.S. Being subscribed since the time there were 100k subscribers)
I have had a bear of a time understanding how to get this to work with the files in separate subdirectories in the same directory. Any tips? Scoured the internet and haven't seen anything definitive that worked.
This is the only tutorial that I'm subscribed because many tutorials on youtube are kind of outdated especially with go modules & package scope. you follow a tutorial and you might have a problem dealing with an error that is not found on older tutorials
I'd like to know more about Go's style guide that enforce me to do best practices as well as understand more.
As middle golang learning but I will add little I've learned go packages takes little to understand but for easygoing Go has package rule (Go Module) and public or functions, For now to make Export Type just capitalize first Letter now you can call out side of this package.
var ,cons, Array ,channels, functions and Interfaces are all types, in Golang every thing is type
Can you make course React Native ?
I think it's a nice feature in Go but the errors in the IDE and running many files at once makes it tedious to use the package system. I guess Shaun will make a video on making it better 👍
The package system is the reason I never got into Golang...
This and the go get tool...
And the naming enforcement...
And the vile syntax
Hi from today onwards I planned to follow this series about go lang , and can you please clarify below questions plz
1) can we make Games(3D) using golang ?
2)Go vs Rust
3) Can I make operating system using go lang???
Hey Shaun, I am in your JS course, can you update Firebase and add more content (more projects please) to the course? Thanks