A quick note: Go allows the aliasing of imports. For instance, the below line of code imports the appengine/datastore package under the name aedatastore :
import aedatastore "appengine/datastore"
Then the application can call datastore services under the alias name:
aedatastore.Get(c, key, &entity)
This aliasing is particularly useful when package names collide. Assume that an application needs to import the Go image and appengine/image packages. Since both packages are named image, the Go compiler will issue an image redeclared as package name error if both are imported. To avoid this, alias one of the imports:
import "image" import aeimage "appengine/image"