Basically what the title says... Is there a best practice or an efficient way to develop a Golang app that will be Dockerized? I know you can mount volumes to point to your source code, and it works great for languages like PHP where you don't need to compile your code. But for Go, it seems like it would be a pain to develop alongside Docker since you pretty much only have two options I guess.
First would be to have a Dockerfile that is just onbuild so it starts the go app when a container is run, thus having to build a new image on every change (whether it be small or not). Or, you do mount your source code dir to the container dir, then attach to the container itself and do the manual go build/run yourself as if you would normally.
Those two ways are really the only way that I see it happening unless you just don't develop your Go app in a docker container. Just develop it as normal, then use the scratch image method where you pre build the Go into a binary then copy that into your container when you are ready to run it. I assume that is probably the way to go, but I wanted to ask more professional people on the subject and maybe get some feedback on the topic.