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Welcome to Revel

Getting Started

A high-productivity web framework for the Go language.

Start the web server:

revel run myapp

Run with <tt>--help</tt> for options.

Go to http://localhost:9000/ and you'll see:

"It works"

Description of Contents

The default directory structure of a generated Revel application:

myapp               App root
  app               App sources
    controllers     App controllers
      init.go       Interceptor registration
    models          App domain models
    routes          Reverse routes (generated code)
    views           Templates
  tests             Test suites
  conf              Configuration files
    app.conf        Main configuration file
    routes          Routes definition
  messages          Message files
  public            Public assets
    css             CSS files
    js              Javascript files
    images          Image files


The app directory contains the source code and templates for your application.


The conf directory contains the application’s configuration files. There are two main configuration files:

* app.conf, the main configuration file for the application, which contains standard configuration parameters
* routes, the routes definition file.


The messages directory contains all localized message files.


Resources stored in the public directory are static assets that are served directly by the Web server. Typically it is split into three standard sub-directories for images, CSS stylesheets and JavaScript files.

The names of these directories may be anything; the developer need only update the routes.


Tests are kept in the tests directory. Revel provides a testing framework that makes it easy to write and run functional tests against your application.

Follow the guidelines to start developing your application:


We encourage you to contribute to Revel! Please check out the Contributing to Revel
for guidelines about how
to proceed. Join us!

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