Cerigo

Cerigo

Cerigo is a Go library module extended from the standard library. It acts as a general-purpose toolbox for quick development and backward compatibles. That way, one can focuses on the idea rather than meddling with Go codes.

Cerigo is designed specifically to use Go Module. Therefore, its minimum supported version is 1.11 onwards.

Why Cerigo

Here are some of the great reasons for using Cerigo in your next project:

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Open Source License

Cerigo is licensed under the Open Source Apache 2.0 License == Free as in freedom and free beer for both personal and commercial.

Easy Integration

Easy Integration

Cerigo designed itself to be seamless with go import making it easy to use in your Go project == Less hassle with setup.

Core Features

From time to time, Cerigo identified and executed a wide varieties of features implementations for better use in the future. Here are some of our recognizable features implemented across Cerigo versions.

NameStatusStarting Version
algo/cmdchain support✅Completedv0.0.1
encoding/float support✅Completedv0.0.1
strings/strhelper support✅Completedv0.0.1
testing/thelper support✅Completedv0.0.1
os/args support✅Completedv0.0.1
os/file/filehelper support✅Completedv0.0.1
os/term support✅Completedv0.0.1
crypto/manager support📅WorkingN/A
web/docs support📅WorkingN/A

For latest information, please check out the Issues board at: https://gitlab.com/ZORALab/cerigo/issues

Powered by Simple Tools

Cerigo is powered by many simple tools integrated together in order to produce great results. Here are some of the core technologies:

CORE LANGUAGE
GO
CORE TOOL
BENCHSTAT
CORE TOOL
GOLANGCI-LINT
CORE TOOL
GODOCGEN
CORE TOOL
GOPHER
CORE TOOL
HELIX

Quality Assured Via Continuous Integrations

To ensure that our customers are getting updates in an incremental and stable way, Cerigo uses GitLab CI technologies to manage its quality assurance from release to even developer experimentation stage.

Feel free to check out their current status here:

BranchTest StatusTest Coverage
masterMaster Pipeline StatusMaster Coverage Report
stagingStaging Pipeline StatusStaging Coverage Report
nextNext Pipeline StatusNext Coverage Report

To find Cerigo source codes, it is available at the following repositories:

NameLocation
GitLab.comhttps://gitlab.com/ZORALab/cerigo

Contributors

Cerigo is not just a single person work but a culmulative of large amount of knowledge and wisdom. Here are some of the critical contributors for making Cerigo a success.

Maintainers

Here are the maintainers who manage Cerigo’s code releases and its health.

  1. (Holloway) Chew, Kean Ho (kean.ho.chew@zoralab.com) - 2019 to present

Developers

Here are the developers who works tirelessly to enable and keeping Cerigo up-to-date.

  1. (Holloway) Chew, Kean Ho (kean.ho.chew@zoralab.com) - 2019 to present

Knowledge Experts

Here are the knowledge experts contributed insights and wisdom for Cerigo to be successful.

  1. Golang.org - 2019
  2. Schema.org - 2020

Sponsorship

Here are the sponsors that provide financial supports to enable Cerigo team to continue keeping Cerigo alive:

ZORALab Enterprise

ZORALab Enterprise

A Malaysian software technology power house focuses on solving business problems via software controls and solutions.

Where to Go Next?

Interested to use Cerigo for your next project? Feel free to: