gongular - A different approach to Go web frameworks

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gongular is an HTTP Server Framework for developing APIs easily. It is like Gin Gonic, but it features Angular-like (or Spring like) dependency injection and better input handling. Most of the time, user input must be transformed into a structured data then it must be validated. It takes too much time and is a repetitive work, gongular aims to reduce that complexity by providing request-input mapping with tag based validation.Note: gongular is an opinionated framework and it heavily relies on reflection to achieve these functionality. While there are tests to ensure it works flawlessly, I am open to contributions and opinions on how to make it better.




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