Hello! For my introduction, I’m new-ish to Go (perhaps just under a year now), but I’ve been working on web apps for years
I can definitely lend a hand on front-end work, API-level stuff, and the rest of the full-stack gamut. I’m no designer, but I’ve been working on web apps alongside designers for a while so I’m happy to lend my perspective
I’ve taken to the following paradigm on my personal apps: “API’s and back-end concerns in Go. Serve templates and static assets with Go. Use Node.js build tools for front-end stuff in another folder or another project entirely."