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For tech stack today:

  • for the backend, because I am most productive with it.
  • and for persistence. I already have Postgres on my server, so it's the easiest option, and I used gorm in the past and was happy with it.
  • for the web framework. I wanted to try it for a while, and it seems like a good balance between "not too magical" and "I don't have to do boring things".
  • for page rendering. Because fuck SPAs.
  • Client side: hand-written JS and CSS, in the minimal quantity possible. Ideally, I'd like to get away without JS as all, but we'll see.

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