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Hello,

I've just prepared this Go job queue model with an angularJS frontend that
you might find useful. I want to create a queue of long running processes
in a web server, this is a very simplistic example and I want to base my
system on it. It would be good to have some feedback about the proposed
model, which is basically two queues (buffered channels) one for the jobs
and the other one for the workers.

The project is in github:
https://github.com/monkeybutter/gophersinaqueue

I wanted to deploy the service in the app engine, but I couldn't find a
good example on how to deploy it (it uses gorilla mux to serve a page and
an kind of restful interface). Any direction on how to do this will be
highly appreciated too.

Cheers,
Pablo

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  • Pablo Rozas-Larraondo at Sep 3, 2014 at 12:12 am
    About the app engine deployment I've found a nice example of a simple
    application serving a page based on angularjs.

    https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-angular-gotodos

    Getting there!

    On Tuesday, September 2, 2014 4:33:24 PM UTC+10, Pablo Rozas-Larraondo
    wrote:
    Hello,

    I've just prepared this Go job queue model with an angularJS frontend that
    you might find useful. I want to create a queue of long running processes
    in a web server, this is a very simplistic example and I want to base my
    system on it. It would be good to have some feedback about the proposed
    model, which is basically two queues (buffered channels) one for the jobs
    and the other one for the workers.

    The project is in github:
    https://github.com/monkeybutter/gophersinaqueue

    I wanted to deploy the service in the app engine, but I couldn't find a
    good example on how to deploy it (it uses gorilla mux to serve a page and
    an kind of restful interface). Any direction on how to do this will be
    highly appreciated too.

    Cheers,
    Pablo
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  • Pablo Rozas-Larraondo at Sep 3, 2014 at 5:17 am
    App is now available at the app engine:
    http://gophersinaqueue.appspot.com/

    And github source code has been modified:
    https://github.com/monkeybutter/gophersinaqueue

    Cheers,
    Pablo
    On Tuesday, September 2, 2014 4:33:24 PM UTC+10, Pablo Rozas-Larraondo
    wrote:
    Hello,

    I've just prepared this Go job queue model with an angularJS frontend that
    you might find useful. I want to create a queue of long running processes
    in a web server, this is a very simplistic example and I want to base my
    system on it. It would be good to have some feedback about the proposed
    model, which is basically two queues (buffered channels) one for the jobs
    and the other one for the workers.

    The project is in github:
    https://github.com/monkeybutter/gophersinaqueue

    I wanted to deploy the service in the app engine, but I couldn't find a
    good example on how to deploy it (it uses gorilla mux to serve a page and
    an kind of restful interface). Any direction on how to do this will be
    highly appreciated too.

    Cheers,
    Pablo
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