HTTP response headers provide additional information about the server's response to an HTTP request. These headers are essential for web developers and server administrators to ensure efficient and secure communication between clients and servers. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common HTTP response headers and provide example values for each header.
Unlike FastAPI, Gin does not have OpenAPI integration built in. With FastAPI when you add a route, documentation is already generated. With Gin, this is not the case. But recently I integrated Swagger UI in one of my Go backends and I wanted to document that process.
The way we used to deliver resources to the client in a server-client setup is now drifting away from REST to a more modern delivery mechanism. Two of them are gRPC and GraphQL. While both these solve a different kind of problem, REST is going to stay for a while. It is the simplest to learn at least.