Routing refers to how an application's endpoints (URIs) respond to client requests.
In general, the Group functionality in Fiber behaves similarly to ExpressJS. Groups are declared virtually and all routes declared within the group are flattened into a single list with a prefix, which is then checked by the framework in the order it was declared. This means that the behavior of Group in Fiber is identical to that of ExpressJS.
Fiber supports server-side template engines.
🐛 Error Handling
Fiber supports centralized error handling by returning an error to the handler which allows you to log errors to external services or send a customized HTTP response to the client.
With Fiber v2.30.0, you can execute custom user functions when to run some methods. Here is a list of this hooks:
⚡ Make Fiber Faster
Custom JSON Encoder/Decoder