Today we are happy to announce the release of GopherJS 1.12–1. You can get it on GitHub as usual.

This release adds support for Go 1.12. The support for Go 1.12 means that GopherJS 1.12–1 requires Go 1.12 and no longer works with Go 1.11. It’s highly recommended to be using the latest version of Go and GopherJS, but if you cannot upgrade from Go 1.11 right away, you should continue to use GopherJS on the go1.11 branch.

Installation or upgrade steps remain the same as before. To get the latest official stable release of GopherJS, please follow the instructions in the README. …


This post compares GopherJS to Go 1.11 and its new experimental WebAssembly port, suggests how Web API binding libraries can evolve to support both compilers, and provides context on the history and the future possibilities of Go in the browser.

Background and Future

Go 1.11 and GopherJS 1.11–1 mark an important and exciting milestone in the journey of Go in the browser. …


Who says releasing on Saturday is a bad idea?

Today we are happy to announce the release of GopherJS 1.11–1. You can get it on GitHub as usual.

It adds support for the recent release of Go 1.11. The support for Go 1.11 means that GopherJS 1.11–1 requires Go 1.11 and no longer works with Go 1.10. It’s highly recommended to be using the latest version of Go and GopherJS, but if you cannot upgrade from Go 1.10 right away, you should continue to use GopherJS on the go1.10 branch.

Installation or upgrade steps remain the same as before. To get the latest official stable release of GopherJS, please follow the instructions in the README. You can confirm that you have the right version if gopherjs version prints GopherJS 1.11-1. …

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