In my previous post Buffalo API with JWT Authentication, I talked about how to create an API using Buffalo and Golang Now we’ll use the buffalo mailers to perform a password change through two-factor verification, using a code sent by email. Before starting What will we use? Buffalo with Pop like ORM Golang PostgresSQL & pgAdmin JWT Gmail Account Tip I recommend that you see the previous post or, you can download the project in my repository to follow this guide.
Sometimes we have to install Docker as fast as possible to execute a project, but we find that our version of Windows 10 is Home. But knowing that we try to install Docker and it throws us the following error message: This occurs because Docker needs Hyper-V to run on Windows and the basic version doesn’t have that feature. Searching in some Reddit Post, I found how to Install Docker without the need to buy the Windows Pro or Enterprise license, so it was interesting to share it.
This guide is thinking to share my experience using Buffalo Framework for Golang and how to create API with JWT authentication in the simplest way. Before starting What will we use? Buffalo with Pop like ORM Golang PostgresSQL & pgAdmin JWT I assume that … You have installed Golang, Buffalo, and Postgres. Let’s Go Creating Buffalo API To create our a new Buffalo API using next command: