This is my self documentation from original docs here.
Echo claims these points:
High performance, extensible, minimalist Go web framework
which the biggest point is minimalist. That's why I started to writing here to talk about Echo.
Another strong points of Echo:
Highly optimized HTTP router with zero dynamic memory allocation which smartly prioritizes routes.
Build robust and scalable RESTful API, easily organized into groups.
Automatically install TLS certificates from Let's Encrypt.
HTTP/2 support improves speed and provides better user experience.
Many built-in middleware to use, or define your own. Middleware can be set at root, group or route level.
Data binding for HTTP request payload, including JSON, XML or form-data.
API to send variety of HTTP response, including JSON, XML, HTML, File, Attachment, Inline, Stream or Blob.
Template rendering using any template engine.
Customized central HTTP error handling. Easily extendable API.
Next post will write about Getting Started