Although I feel Go is missing essential things (like some form of templates), what I am most interested with it and rust are truly useful IDEs that can help with debugging and code completion.
I have noticed some modules, but some more official IDE would be nice.
One of my favorite things about the golang ecosystem is that the same underlying IDE tools are available for vim, sublime, visual studio, emacs, etc. Basically every editor has high-quality IDE integration for go as a result.
I tried getting this at one point, but I cannot work with vim or emacs, and I run the mac usually. Sublime, atom, and other editors are far from what I would call an equivalent to IDE.
What about IntelliJ IDEA with the Go-lang plugin (works with any of the JetBrains MPS-based tools, e.g., Webstorm, Pycharm, etc.)? I’m pretty new to Go, but seems OK and is getting attention as an open-source project: https://github.com/go-lang-plugin-org/go-lang-idea-plugin
I am certainly willing to try it. I have had mixed luck with these kinds of plugins in the past.