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Top 5 Golang Package You Must See

 Go is a statically typed, compiled programming language designed at Google[11] by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is syntactically similar to C, but with memory safety, garbage collection, structural typing, and CSP-style concurrency. It is often referred to as Golang because of its former domain name,, but its proper name is Go.

This is top 5 Golang package you must see and explore or maybe implemented in your project:

1. Golang Stats by Montana Flynn

Stats A well tested and comprehensive Golang statistics library / package / module with no dependencies. If you have any suggestions, problems or bug reports please create an issue and I'll do my best to accommodate you. In addition simply starring the repo would show your support for the project and be very much appreciated!

Github repo:

Install syntax: go get

2. Golang Eris by Rotisserie

Eris is an golang error handling library with readable stack traces and flexible formatting support. This package was inspired by a simple question: what if you could fix a bug without wasting time replicating the issue or digging through the code? With that in mind, this package is designed to give you more control over error handling via error wrapping, stack tracing, and output formatting.

Github repo:

Install syntax: go get

3. Golang Pixel by Faiface

Pixel is A hand-crafted 2D game library in Go. With Go, there are several different frameworks you can choose from, but Pixel seems to be one of the highest rated ones.

Github repo:

Install syntax: go get

4. Golang Azul3D Engine

As you can read on the package title, Azul3D is A 3D game engine written in Go! State of the art shader-based modern 3D game engine.

Github repo:

5. Golang echotron

Echotron is a concurrent library for telegram bots written in pure Go. Echotron is designed to be as similar to the official Telegram API as possible, but there are some things to take into account before starting to work with this library.

Github repo:

Install syntax: go get


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