apcore - Golang ActivityPub Server Framework

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apcore is a powerful single server ActivityPub framework for performant Fediverse applications. It is built on top of the go-fed/activity suite of libraries, which means it can readily allow application developers to iterate and leverage new ActivityStreams or RDF vocabularies.

https://github.com/go-fed/apcore

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