Iris is a fast, simple and efficient open-source web framework built on top of the Go Programming Language.
Iris provides a beautifully expressive and easy to use foundation for your next website, API, or distributed app.
No matter what you're trying to build, Iris covers every type of application, from micro services to large monolithic web applications.
Iris may have reached version 10, but we're not stopping there. We have many feature ideas on our board that we're anxious to add and other innovative web development solutions that we're planning to build into Iris and we need your help to do it!
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Pro No need to find and install external libraries
Iris is a "batteries included" web framework, which means that a lot of features already come out of the box. This way you don't have to spend time and find third-party libraries to integrate to the framework for most of the tasks you need to complete.
Efficiency by using a light engine.
If you're familiar with expressjs or other modern web frameworks, Iris will make you feel at home.
Pro More than feature complete
Pro More than 250 examples
More than 250 examples for implementing web application.
Pro Low amount of bugs
Most issues are questions, few bug reports and if a bug is found it's quickly patched.
Pro Good for big projects
Iris is a good framework for big projects and the author helps solving problems.
Con Previously experience with net/http
Previously experience with the Go's standard net/http package is necessary for you to move forward with Iris.