The new version of Google GOfeatures HTTP/2 support, improved garbage collection, and ports to Android and Linux.

Google has released version 1.6 of the Go open source programming language, featuring improvements to HTTP/2 backing and garbage collection. “Go 1.6 adds transparent support in net/http package for the new HTTP2/protocol,”release notes state.

Version 1.6 also features experimental ports to the Android platform on 32-bit x86 processors and Linux on the 64-bit Mips platform. Google has been experimenting with the use of Go for building Android and iOS applications via NDK (Native Development Kit).

Read more at InfoWorld

Source: Linux.com | software

Johan Louwers

Johan Louwers

Global Lead Archict at Capgemini
Johan Louwers is an Oracle ACE Director and works for the global Capgemini Infrastructure organisation where he leads the Oracle Architect Office as the lead architect.
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