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package gin

import ""


Package Files

auth.go context.go debug.go deprecated.go errors.go fs.go gin.go logger.go mode.go path.go recovery.go response_writer.go routergroup.go tree.go utils.go


const (
    MIMEJSON              = binding.MIMEJSON
    MIMEHTML              = binding.MIMEHTML
    MIMEXML               = binding.MIMEXML
    MIMEXML2              = binding.MIMEXML2
    MIMEPlain             = binding.MIMEPlain
    MIMEPOSTForm          = binding.MIMEPOSTForm
    MIMEMultipartPOSTForm = binding.MIMEMultipartPOSTForm

Content-Type MIME of the most common data formats

const (
    DebugMode   string = "debug"
    ReleaseMode string = "release"
    TestMode    string = "test"
const AuthUserKey = "user"
const BindKey = "_gin-gonic/gin/bindkey"
const Version = "v1.0rc2"

Version is Framework's version


var DefaultErrorWriter io.Writer = os.Stderr
var DefaultWriter io.Writer = os.Stdout

DefaultWriter is the default io.Writer used the Gin for debug output and middleware output like Logger() or Recovery(). Note that both Logger and Recovery provides custom ways to configure their output io.Writer. To support coloring in Windows use:

import ""
gin.DefaultWriter = colorable.NewColorableStdout()

func Dir Uses

func Dir(root string, listDirectory bool) http.FileSystem

Dir returns a http.Filesystem that can be used by http.FileServer(). It is used interally in router.Static(). if listDirectory == true, then it works the same as http.Dir() otherwise it returns a filesystem that prevents http.FileServer() to list the directory files.

func DisableBindValidation Uses

func DisableBindValidation()

func IsDebugging Uses

func IsDebugging() bool

IsDebugging returns true if the framework is running in debug mode. Use SetMode(gin.Release) to switch to disable the debug mode.

func Mode Uses

func Mode() string

func SetMode Uses

func SetMode(value string)

type Accounts Uses

type Accounts map[string]string

type Context Uses

type Context struct {
    Request *http.Request
    Writer  ResponseWriter

    Params Params

    Keys     map[string]interface{}
    Errors   errorMsgs
    Accepted []string
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Context is the most important part of gin. It allows us to pass variables between middleware, manage the flow, validate the JSON of a request and render a JSON response for example.

func (*Context) Abort Uses

func (c *Context) Abort()

Abort prevents pending handlers from being called. Note that this will not stop the current handler. Let's say you have an authorization middleware that validates that the current request is authorized. If the authorization fails (ex: the password does not match), call Abort to ensure the remaining handlers for this request are not called.

func (*Context) AbortWithError Uses

func (c *Context) AbortWithError(code int, err error) *Error

AbortWithError calls `AbortWithStatus()` and `Error()` internally. This method stops the chain, writes the status code and pushes the specified error to `c.Errors`. See Context.Error() for more details.

func (*Context) AbortWithStatus Uses

func (c *Context) AbortWithStatus(code int)

AbortWithStatus calls `Abort()` and writes the headers with the specified status code. For example, a failed attempt to authentificate a request could use: context.AbortWithStatus(401).

func (*Context) Bind Uses

func (c *Context) Bind(obj interface{}) error

Bind checks the Content-Type to select a binding engine automatically, Depending the "Content-Type" header different bindings are used:

"application/json" --> JSON binding
"application/xml"  --> XML binding

otherwise --> returns an error It parses the request's body as JSON if Content-Type == "application/json" using JSON or XML as a JSON input. It decodes the json payload into the struct specified as a pointer. Like ParseBody() but this method also writes a 400 error if the json is not valid.

func (*Context) BindJSON Uses

func (c *Context) BindJSON(obj interface{}) error

BindJSON is a shortcut for c.BindWith(obj, binding.JSON)

func (*Context) BindWith Uses

func (c *Context) BindWith(obj interface{}, b binding.Binding) error

BindWith binds the passed struct pointer using the specified binding engine. See the binding package.

func (*Context) ClientIP Uses

func (c *Context) ClientIP() string

ClientIP implements a best effort algorithm to return the real client IP, it parses X-Real-IP and X-Forwarded-For in order to work properly with reverse-proxies such us: nginx or haproxy.

func (*Context) ContentType Uses

func (c *Context) ContentType() string

ContentType returns the Content-Type header of the request.

func (*Context) Cookie Uses

func (c *Context) Cookie(name string) (string, error)

func (*Context) Copy Uses

func (c *Context) Copy() *Context

Copy returns a copy of the current context that can be safely used outside the request's scope. This have to be used then the context has to be passed to a goroutine.

func (*Context) Data Uses

func (c *Context) Data(code int, contentType string, data []byte)

Data writes some data into the body stream and updates the HTTP code.

func (*Context) Deadline Uses

func (c *Context) Deadline() (deadline time.Time, ok bool)

func (*Context) DefaultPostForm Uses

func (c *Context) DefaultPostForm(key, defaultValue string) string

DefaultPostForm returns the specified key from a POST urlencoded form or multipart form when it exists, otherwise it returns the specified defaultValue string. See: PostForm() and GetPostForm() for further information.

func (*Context) DefaultQuery Uses

func (c *Context) DefaultQuery(key, defaultValue string) string

DefaultQuery returns the keyed url query value if it exists, othewise it returns the specified defaultValue string. See: Query() and GetQuery() for further information.

GET /?name=Manu&lastname=
c.DefaultQuery("name", "unknown") == "Manu"
c.DefaultQuery("id", "none") == "none"
c.DefaultQuery("lastname", "none") == ""

func (*Context) Done Uses

func (c *Context) Done() <-chan struct{}

func (*Context) Err Uses

func (c *Context) Err() error

func (*Context) Error Uses

func (c *Context) Error(err error) *Error

Attaches an error to the current context. The error is pushed to a list of errors. It's a good idea to call Error for each error that occurred during the resolution of a request. A middleware can be used to collect all the errors and push them to a database together, print a log, or append it in the HTTP response.

func (*Context) File Uses

func (c *Context) File(filepath string)

File writes the specified file into the body stream in a efficient way.

func (*Context) Get Uses

func (c *Context) Get(key string) (value interface{}, exists bool)

Get returns the value for the given key, ie: (value, true). If the value does not exists it returns (nil, false)

func (*Context) GetCookie Uses

func (c *Context) GetCookie(name string) (string, error)

func (*Context) GetPostForm Uses

func (c *Context) GetPostForm(key string) (string, bool)

GetPostForm is like PostForm(key). It returns the specified key from a POST urlencoded form or multipart form when it exists `(value, true)` (even when the value is an empty string), otherwise it returns ("", false). For example, during a PATCH request to update the user's email:  -->  ("", true) := GetPostForm("email") // set email to ""
email=  			  	-->  ("", true) := GetPostForm("email") // set email to ""
					 	-->  ("", false) := GetPostForm("email") // do nothing with email

func (*Context) GetPostFormArray Uses

func (c *Context) GetPostFormArray(key string) ([]string, bool)

GetPostFormArray returns a slice of strings for a given form key, plus a boolean value whether at least one value exists for the given key.

func (*Context) GetQuery Uses

func (c *Context) GetQuery(key string) (string, bool)

GetQuery is like Query(), it returns the keyed url query value if it exists `(value, true)` (even when the value is an empty string), othewise it returns `("", false)`. It is shortcut for `c.Request.URL.Query().Get(key)`

GET /?name=Manu&lastname=
("Manu", true) == c.GetQuery("name")
("", false) == c.GetQuery("id")
("", true) == c.GetQuery("lastname")

func (*Context) GetQueryArray Uses

func (c *Context) GetQueryArray(key string) ([]string, bool)

GetQueryArray returns a slice of strings for a given query key, plus a boolean value whether at least one value exists for the given key.

func (*Context) HTML Uses

func (c *Context) HTML(code int, name string, obj interface{})

HTML renders the HTTP template specified by its file name. It also updates the HTTP code and sets the Content-Type as "text/html". See

func (*Context) HandlerName Uses

func (c *Context) HandlerName() string

HandlerName returns the main handler's name. For example if the handler is "handleGetUsers()", this function will return "main.handleGetUsers"

func (*Context) Header Uses

func (c *Context) Header(key, value string)

Header is a intelligent shortcut for c.Writer.Header().Set(key, value) It writes a header in the response. If value == "", this method removes the header `c.Writer.Header().Del(key)`

func (*Context) IndentedJSON Uses

func (c *Context) IndentedJSON(code int, obj interface{})

IndentedJSON serializes the given struct as pretty JSON (indented + endlines) into the response body. It also sets the Content-Type as "application/json". WARNING: we recommend to use this only for development propuses since printing pretty JSON is more CPU and bandwidth consuming. Use Context.JSON() instead.

func (*Context) IsAborted Uses

func (c *Context) IsAborted() bool

IsAborted returns true if the current context was aborted.

func (*Context) JSON Uses

func (c *Context) JSON(code int, obj interface{})

JSON serializes the given struct as JSON into the response body. It also sets the Content-Type as "application/json".

func (*Context) MustGet Uses

func (c *Context) MustGet(key string) interface{}

MustGet returns the value for the given key if it exists, otherwise it panics.

func (*Context) Negotiate Uses

func (c *Context) Negotiate(code int, config Negotiate)

func (*Context) NegotiateFormat Uses

func (c *Context) NegotiateFormat(offered ...string) string

func (*Context) Next Uses

func (c *Context) Next()

Next should be used only inside middleware. It executes the pending handlers in the chain inside the calling handler. See example in github.

func (*Context) Param Uses

func (c *Context) Param(key string) string

Param returns the value of the URL param. It is a shortcut for c.Params.ByName(key)

router.GET("/user/:id", func(c *gin.Context) {
	// a GET request to /user/john
	id := c.Param("id") // id == "john"

func (*Context) PostForm Uses

func (c *Context) PostForm(key string) string

PostForm returns the specified key from a POST urlencoded form or multipart form when it exists, otherwise it returns an empty string `("")`.

func (*Context) PostFormArray Uses

func (c *Context) PostFormArray(key string) []string

PostFormArray returns a slice of strings for a given form key. The length of the slice depends on the number of params with the given key.

func (*Context) Query Uses

func (c *Context) Query(key string) string

Query returns the keyed url query value if it exists, othewise it returns an empty string `("")`. It is shortcut for `c.Request.URL.Query().Get(key)`

GET /path?id=1234&name=Manu&value=
c.Query("id") == "1234"
c.Query("name") == "Manu"
c.Query("value") == ""
c.Query("wtf") == ""

func (*Context) QueryArray Uses

func (c *Context) QueryArray(key string) []string

QueryArray returns a slice of strings for a given query key. The length of the slice depends on the number of params with the given key.

func (*Context) Redirect Uses

func (c *Context) Redirect(code int, location string)

Redirect returns a HTTP redirect to the specific location.

func (*Context) Render Uses

func (c *Context) Render(code int, r render.Render)

func (*Context) SSEvent Uses

func (c *Context) SSEvent(name string, message interface{})

SSEvent writes a Server-Sent Event into the body stream.

func (*Context) Set Uses

func (c *Context) Set(key string, value interface{})

Set is used to store a new key/value pair exclusivelly for this context. It also lazy initializes c.Keys if it was not used previously.

func (*Context) SetAccepted Uses

func (c *Context) SetAccepted(formats ...string)

func (*Context) SetCookie Uses

func (c *Context) SetCookie(
    name string,
    value string,
    maxAge int,
    path string,
    domain string,
    secure bool,
    httpOnly bool,

func (*Context) Status Uses

func (c *Context) Status(code int)

func (*Context) Stream Uses

func (c *Context) Stream(step func(w io.Writer) bool)

func (*Context) String Uses

func (c *Context) String(code int, format string, values ...interface{})

String writes the given string into the response body.

func (*Context) Value Uses

func (c *Context) Value(key interface{}) interface{}

func (*Context) XML Uses

func (c *Context) XML(code int, obj interface{})

XML serializes the given struct as XML into the response body. It also sets the Content-Type as "application/xml".

func (*Context) YAML Uses

func (c *Context) YAML(code int, obj interface{})

YAML serializes the given struct as YAML into the response body.

type Engine Uses

type Engine struct {
    HTMLRender render.HTMLRender

    // Enables automatic redirection if the current route can't be matched but a
    // handler for the path with (without) the trailing slash exists.
    // For example if /foo/ is requested but a route only exists for /foo, the
    // client is redirected to /foo with http status code 301 for GET requests
    // and 307 for all other request methods.
    RedirectTrailingSlash bool

    // If enabled, the router tries to fix the current request path, if no
    // handle is registered for it.
    // First superfluous path elements like ../ or // are removed.
    // Afterwards the router does a case-insensitive lookup of the cleaned path.
    // If a handle can be found for this route, the router makes a redirection
    // to the corrected path with status code 301 for GET requests and 307 for
    // all other request methods.
    // For example /FOO and /..//Foo could be redirected to /foo.
    // RedirectTrailingSlash is independent of this option.
    RedirectFixedPath bool

    // If enabled, the router checks if another method is allowed for the
    // current route, if the current request can not be routed.
    // If this is the case, the request is answered with 'Method Not Allowed'
    // and HTTP status code 405.
    // If no other Method is allowed, the request is delegated to the NotFound
    // handler.
    HandleMethodNotAllowed bool
    ForwardedByClientIP    bool
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Engine is the framework's instance, it contains the muxer, middleware and configuration settings. Create an instance of Engine, by using New() or Default()

func Default Uses

func Default() *Engine

Default returns an Engine instance with the Logger and Recovery middleware already attached.

func New Uses

func New() *Engine

New returns a new blank Engine instance without any middleware attached. By default the configuration is: - RedirectTrailingSlash: true - RedirectFixedPath: false - HandleMethodNotAllowed: false - ForwardedByClientIP: true

func (*Engine) LoadHTMLFiles Uses

func (engine *Engine) LoadHTMLFiles(files ...string)

func (*Engine) LoadHTMLGlob Uses

func (engine *Engine) LoadHTMLGlob(pattern string)

func (*Engine) NoMethod Uses

func (engine *Engine) NoMethod(handlers ...HandlerFunc)

NoMethod sets the handlers called when... TODO

func (*Engine) NoRoute Uses

func (engine *Engine) NoRoute(handlers ...HandlerFunc)

NoRoute adds handlers for NoRoute. It return a 404 code by default.

func (*Engine) Routes Uses

func (engine *Engine) Routes() (routes RoutesInfo)

Routes returns a slice of registered routes, including some useful information, such as: the http method, path and the handler name.

func (*Engine) Run Uses

func (engine *Engine) Run(addr ...string) (err error)

Run attaches the router to a http.Server and starts listening and serving HTTP requests. It is a shortcut for http.ListenAndServe(addr, router) Note: this method will block the calling goroutine indefinitely unless an error happens.

func (*Engine) RunTLS Uses

func (engine *Engine) RunTLS(addr string, certFile string, keyFile string) (err error)

RunTLS attaches the router to a http.Server and starts listening and serving HTTPS (secure) requests. It is a shortcut for http.ListenAndServeTLS(addr, certFile, keyFile, router) Note: this method will block the calling goroutine indefinitely unless an error happens.

func (*Engine) RunUnix Uses

func (engine *Engine) RunUnix(file string) (err error)

RunUnix attaches the router to a http.Server and starts listening and serving HTTP requests through the specified unix socket (ie. a file). Note: this method will block the calling goroutine indefinitely unless an error happens.

func (*Engine) ServeHTTP Uses

func (engine *Engine) ServeHTTP(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request)

Conforms to the http.Handler interface.

func (*Engine) SetHTMLTemplate Uses

func (engine *Engine) SetHTMLTemplate(templ *template.Template)

func (*Engine) Use Uses

func (engine *Engine) Use(middleware ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

Use attachs a global middleware to the router. ie. the middleware attached though Use() will be included in the handlers chain for every single request. Even 404, 405, static files... For example, this is the right place for a logger or error management middleware.

type Error Uses

type Error struct {
    Err  error
    Type ErrorType
    Meta interface{}

func (*Error) Error Uses

func (msg *Error) Error() string

Implements the error interface

func (*Error) IsType Uses

func (msg *Error) IsType(flags ErrorType) bool

func (*Error) JSON Uses

func (msg *Error) JSON() interface{}

func (*Error) MarshalJSON Uses

func (msg *Error) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

MarshalJSON implements the json.Marshaller interface

func (*Error) SetMeta Uses

func (msg *Error) SetMeta(data interface{}) *Error

func (*Error) SetType Uses

func (msg *Error) SetType(flags ErrorType) *Error

type ErrorType Uses

type ErrorType uint64
const (
    ErrorTypeBind    ErrorType = 1 << 63 // used when c.Bind() fails
    ErrorTypeRender  ErrorType = 1 << 62 // used when c.Render() fails
    ErrorTypePrivate ErrorType = 1 << 0
    ErrorTypePublic  ErrorType = 1 << 1

    ErrorTypeAny ErrorType = 1<<64 - 1
    ErrorTypeNu            = 2

type H Uses

type H map[string]interface{}

func (H) MarshalXML Uses

func (h H) MarshalXML(e *xml.Encoder, start xml.StartElement) error

MarshalXML allows type H to be used with xml.Marshal

type HandlerFunc Uses

type HandlerFunc func(*Context)

func BasicAuth Uses

func BasicAuth(accounts Accounts) HandlerFunc

BasicAuth returns a Basic HTTP Authorization middleware. It takes as argument a map[string]string where the key is the user name and the value is the password.

func BasicAuthForRealm Uses

func BasicAuthForRealm(accounts Accounts, realm string) HandlerFunc

BasicAuthForRealm returns a Basic HTTP Authorization middleware. It takes as arguments a map[string]string where the key is the user name and the value is the password, as well as the name of the Realm. If the realm is empty, "Authorization Required" will be used by default. (see

func Bind Uses

func Bind(val interface{}) HandlerFunc

func ErrorLogger Uses

func ErrorLogger() HandlerFunc

func ErrorLoggerT Uses

func ErrorLoggerT(typ ErrorType) HandlerFunc

func Logger Uses

func Logger() HandlerFunc

Logger instances a Logger middleware that will write the logs to gin.DefaultWriter By default gin.DefaultWriter = os.Stdout

func LoggerWithWriter Uses

func LoggerWithWriter(out io.Writer, notlogged ...string) HandlerFunc

LoggerWithWriter instance a Logger middleware with the specified writter buffer. Example: os.Stdout, a file opened in write mode, a socket...

func Recovery Uses

func Recovery() HandlerFunc

Recovery returns a middleware that recovers from any panics and writes a 500 if there was one.

func RecoveryWithWriter Uses

func RecoveryWithWriter(out io.Writer) HandlerFunc

func WrapF Uses

func WrapF(f http.HandlerFunc) HandlerFunc

func WrapH Uses

func WrapH(h http.Handler) HandlerFunc

type HandlersChain Uses

type HandlersChain []HandlerFunc

func (HandlersChain) Last Uses

func (c HandlersChain) Last() HandlerFunc

Last returns the last handler in the chain. ie. the last handler is the main own.

type IRouter Uses

type IRouter interface {
    Group(string, ...HandlerFunc) *RouterGroup

type IRoutes Uses

type IRoutes interface {
    Use(...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

    Handle(string, string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    Any(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    GET(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    POST(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    DELETE(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    PATCH(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    PUT(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    OPTIONS(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes
    HEAD(string, ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

    StaticFile(string, string) IRoutes
    Static(string, string) IRoutes
    StaticFS(string, http.FileSystem) IRoutes

type Negotiate Uses

type Negotiate struct {
    Offered  []string
    HTMLName string
    HTMLData interface{}
    JSONData interface{}
    XMLData  interface{}
    Data     interface{}

type Param Uses

type Param struct {
    Key   string
    Value string

Param is a single URL parameter, consisting of a key and a value.

type Params Uses

type Params []Param

Params is a Param-slice, as returned by the router. The slice is ordered, the first URL parameter is also the first slice value. It is therefore safe to read values by the index.

func (Params) ByName Uses

func (ps Params) ByName(name string) (va string)

ByName returns the value of the first Param which key matches the given name. If no matching Param is found, an empty string is returned.

func (Params) Get Uses

func (ps Params) Get(name string) (string, bool)

Get returns the value of the first Param which key matches the given name. If no matching Param is found, an empty string is returned.

type ResponseWriter Uses

type ResponseWriter interface {

    // Returns the HTTP response status code of the current request.
    Status() int

    // Returns the number of bytes already written into the response http body.
    // See Written()
    Size() int

    // Writes the string into the response body.
    WriteString(string) (int, error)

    // Returns true if the response body was already written.
    Written() bool

    // Forces to write the http header (status code + headers).

type RouteInfo Uses

type RouteInfo struct {
    Method  string
    Path    string
    Handler string

type RouterGroup Uses

type RouterGroup struct {
    Handlers HandlersChain
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

RouterGroup is used internally to configure router, a RouterGroup is associated with a prefix and an array of handlers (middleware)

func (*RouterGroup) Any Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) Any(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

Any registers a route that matches all the HTTP methods. GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, HEAD, OPTIONS, DELETE, CONNECT, TRACE

func (*RouterGroup) BasePath Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) BasePath() string

func (*RouterGroup) DELETE Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) DELETE(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

DELETE is a shortcut for router.Handle("DELETE", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) GET Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) GET(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

GET is a shortcut for router.Handle("GET", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) Group Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) Group(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) *RouterGroup

Group creates a new router group. You should add all the routes that have common middlwares or the same path prefix. For example, all the routes that use a common middlware for authorization could be grouped.

func (*RouterGroup) HEAD Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) HEAD(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

HEAD is a shortcut for router.Handle("HEAD", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) Handle Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) Handle(httpMethod, relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

Handle registers a new request handle and middleware with the given path and method. The last handler should be the real handler, the other ones should be middleware that can and should be shared among different routes. See the example code in github.

For GET, POST, PUT, PATCH and DELETE requests the respective shortcut functions can be used.

This function is intended for bulk loading and to allow the usage of less frequently used, non-standardized or custom methods (e.g. for internal communication with a proxy).

func (*RouterGroup) OPTIONS Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) OPTIONS(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

OPTIONS is a shortcut for router.Handle("OPTIONS", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) PATCH Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) PATCH(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

PATCH is a shortcut for router.Handle("PATCH", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) POST Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) POST(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

POST is a shortcut for router.Handle("POST", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) PUT Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) PUT(relativePath string, handlers ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

PUT is a shortcut for router.Handle("PUT", path, handle)

func (*RouterGroup) Static Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) Static(relativePath, root string) IRoutes

Static serves files from the given file system root. Internally a http.FileServer is used, therefore http.NotFound is used instead of the Router's NotFound handler. To use the operating system's file system implementation, use :

router.Static("/static", "/var/www")

func (*RouterGroup) StaticFS Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) StaticFS(relativePath string, fs http.FileSystem) IRoutes

StaticFS works just like `Static()` but a custom `http.FileSystem` can be used instead. Gin by default user: gin.Dir()

func (*RouterGroup) StaticFile Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) StaticFile(relativePath, filepath string) IRoutes

StaticFile registers a single route in order to server a single file of the local filesystem. router.StaticFile("favicon.ico", "./resources/favicon.ico")

func (*RouterGroup) Use Uses

func (group *RouterGroup) Use(middleware ...HandlerFunc) IRoutes

Use adds middleware to the group, see example code in github.

type RoutesInfo Uses

type RoutesInfo []RouteInfo


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