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Aveeno Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream


Developed with leading dermatologists, this breakthrough eczema cream helps relieve irritated skin, intensely moisturizes and helps prevent the recurrence of extra-dry skin. It’s enriched with a ceramide, an essential lipid, naturally found within the skin that play a key role in enhancing and restoring the skin’s protective function. Clinically shown to help reduce the itching and irritation of eczema. Plus, it's dermatologist tested, and gentle enough for babies and children.

  • 7.3-ounce tube of Aveeno Eczema Therapy Daily Moisturizing Cream to relieve dry, itchy, and irritated skin due to eczema.
  • Cream is accepted by the National Eczema Association and clinically shown to help reduce the itching and irritation of eczema.
  • Enriched with Colloidal Oatmeal, the nourishing formula contains ceramides, essential lipids naturally found within skin, to enhance and restore skin's protective function.
  • Moisturizing lotion is also designed to prevent the recurrence of extra-dry skin and provides 24 hour moisture.
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JSON in depth tutorial



JSON In-Depth Tutorial


The JSON data-interchange format is easy for humans to read and write, and efficient for machines to parse and generate.


#1 Basic Types


The default Go types for coding and encoding JSON are

  •     bool for JSON booleans,
  •     float64 for JSON numbers,
  •     string for JSON strings, and
  •     nil for JSON null.

Additionally, time. Time and the numeric types in the math/big package can be automatically coded and encoded as JSON strings.

Note that JSON doesn’t support basic integer types. They can often be approximated by floating-point numbers.

#2 Struct to JSON


The json.Marshal function in package encoding/json generates JSON data.

Only data that can be represented as JSON will be encoded; see json.Marshal for the complete rules.

Only the exported (public) fields of a struct will be present in the JSON output.
    A field with a json: tag is stored with its tag name instead of its variable name.
    Pointers will be encoded as the values they point to, or null if the pointer is nil.

#3 Pretty print

Replace json.Marshal with json.MarshalIndent in the example above to indent the JSON output.

 #4 JSON to struct

The json.Unmarshal function in package encoding/json parses JSON data.
Note that Unmarshal allocated a new slice all by itself. This is how unmarshaling works for slices, maps and pointers.

For a given JSON key Foo, Unmarshal will attempt to match the struct fields in this order:

  •     an exported (public) field with a tag json:"Foo",
  •     an exported field named Foo, or
  •     an exported field named FOO, FoO, or some other case-insensitive match.

Only fields thar are found in the destination type will be decoded:

    This is useful when you wish to pick only a few specific fields.
    In particular, any unexported fields in the destination struct will be unaffected.

#5 Arbitrary objects and arrays


The encoding/json package uses

    map[string]interface{} to store arbitrary JSON objects, and
    []interface{} to store arbitrary JSON arrays.

It will unmarshal any valid JSON data into a plain interface{} value.

Consider this JSON data:

The json.Unmarshal function will parse it into a map whose keys are strings, and whose values are themselves stored as empty interface values:

We can iterate through the map with a range statement and use a type switch to access its values.


4 Key GoLang Resources To Get You Started

What is Reactive Programming?


What is Reactive Programming? Reactive programming is a programming paradigm oriented around data flows and the propagation of change. This means that it should be possible to express static or dynamic data flows with ease in the programming languages used, and that the underlying execution model will automatically propagate changes through the data flow. wikipedia Reactive Programming aka Rx is made up of three key points: RX = OBSERVABLE + OBSERVER + SCHEDULERS data flows emitted by one component and the underlying structure provided by the Reactive libraries will propagate those changes to another component those are registered to receive those data changes. Steps to use Rx in your App 1 Create observable that emits the data 2 Create observer that consumes data 3 Manage concurrency