aws-sdk VS amazon-emailer

Compare aws-sdk vs amazon-emailer and see what are their differences.

aws-sdk

Landing page for the AWS SDKs on GitHub (by aws)

amazon-emailer

A simple daemon to process messages put into a postgresql table and mail them out using amazons SES. (by dbp)
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aws-sdk

Posts with mentions or reviews of aws-sdk. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-07-01.
  • Tips for scalable workflows on AWS
    3 projects | dev.to | 1 Jul 2022
    One common pattern to integrate with AWS from a workflow job is to call additional services using the AWS CLI. Overall, this works well, but there are a few considerations one should note when doing so. First and foremost, a workflow job needs to know where the AWS CLI installed and how to use it. You can do this by either installing the AWS CLI on the host compute and bind mounting it into the container job, or including the AWS CLI as part of the container image. That said, see my notes above on keeping container images small for associated caveats. Second, while the AWS CLI is great for scripting, for more complex operations direct integration via the AWS SDK is a better fit.
  • Waiting for things to happen and paginating responses with boto3
    2 projects | dev.to | 17 Jun 2022
    I like how you can imagine what the Python implementation that uses this looks like from this structure. If there are no waiters for what you need, you can create an Issue in the AWS SDK repository because the service teams provide those. I tried that for DynamoDB Streams, and I'm curious to see how long it will take them to add that.
  • Will AWS SDKs make Terraform useless in the future?
    1 project | reddit.com/r/devops | 29 Apr 2022
  • Sending Emails with SES, Terraform and TypeScript
    4 projects | dev.to | 24 Apr 2022
    Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) is a serverless service for sending emails from your applications. Like other AWS services, you can send emails with SES using the AWS REST API or the AWS SDKs. In this article, I want to look at how to send emails using SES with TypeScript specifically.
  • The Evolution of AWS from a Cloud-Native Development Perspective: Serverless, Event-Driven, Developer-Friendly, Sustainable
    6 projects | dev.to | 18 Mar 2022
    In 2002, Jeff Bezos's so-called API Mandate forced all Amazon teams to expose their data and functionality through service interfaces. Amazon has built AWS around the same principles: every service is programmatically controllable, from starting a virtual machine to accessing a satellite. While this is an essential property of an effective cloud platform, it is not necessarily developer-friendly. By now, AWS has incrementally and significantly improved in this space. Besides using their APIs, we can control services and infrastructure with a unified Command Line Interface (CLI), Software Development Kits (SDK), CloudFormation, and, since July 2019, the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). The CDK had a massive impact on developer productivity and satisfaction. While teams could already access and control services and infrastructure using the AWS SDK and their favorite programming language, infrastructure was primarily defined using incredible amounts of mostly punctuation marks and whitespace, also known as YAML or JSON. CDK — initially only flavored TypeScript and Python — finally gave developers an AWS-native means to define Infrastructure as actual Code. Since its introduction, AWS has added support for more languages, like Java, C#, and Go.
  • AWS SSO integration with G suite
    1 project | reddit.com/r/aws | 5 Jan 2022
    Yes, no AWS api to create users/groups: https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk/issues/25

amazon-emailer

Posts with mentions or reviews of amazon-emailer. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing aws-sdk and amazon-emailer you can also consider the following projects:

amazonka - A comprehensive Amazon Web Services SDK for Haskell.

ec2-unikernel - Tool for uploading unikernels into EC2

aws - Amazon Web Services for Haskell

aws-sdk - AWS SDK for Haskell

s3-signer - :cloud: Presigned S3 URLs for Haskell

aws-ec2 - Now maintained by: See https://github.com/memcachier/aws-ec2

wolf - Wolf is a wrapper around Amazon Simple Workflow Service.

stratosphere - Haskell EDSL and type-checker for AWS CloudFormation templates

amazonka-s3-streaming - Provides a conduit based interface to uploading data to S3 using the Multipart API

aws-kinesis-client - A producer/consumer client library for Kinesis

aws-performance-tests - Performance Tests for the Haskell Bindings for Amazon Web Services (AWS)

aws-sign4 - Haskell implementation of the AWS Signature V4 protocol for signing HTTP requests