- Action Controller
- Request Binding
- Error Handling
- Getting started with Pop
- Soda CLI
- Database Configuration
- Buffalo Integration
- Raw Queries
- Associations and Relationships
- One to one associations
- One to many associations
- API Applications
- File Uploads
- Background Job Workers
- Local Authentication
- Third Party Authentication
- Go Modules
- Template Engines
In this chapter, we’ll make a tour of the default bricks shipped with your Buffalo app.
Buffalo is the “glue” between all the provided components. It wraps the libraries and manages the workflow.
gorilla/mux is one of the most used routers in Go. While some routers are faster (like httprouter), gorilla/mux is the one providing the most features while being fast enough.
pop is the default ORM for Buffalo. It provides the
soda toolbox to help you with your database needs and supports several databases, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite.
plush is the default templating engine for Buffalo. Its syntax is close to ERB templates (in Ruby).
Bootstrap is one of the most famous frontend toolkit library. It helps to build responsive interfaces using common components like tables, carousels or grid layouts.
jQuery is a rich library aiming to make DOM manipulation and AJAX queries simple. While it’s less used now, many projects still have it as a side-companion to help supporting all the browsers.
Webpack is configured by default to hash and minify your assets.
- Installation - Install Buffalo!