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6 importantes bibliotecas para AWS Serverless TypeScript
5 projects | dev.to | 21 Feb 2021
tRPC: Build Full-Stack TypeScript Applications With Type Safety
3 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 4 Dec 2022
middy for lambda-side middleware
How to Securely Use Secrets in AWS Lambda?
2 projects | dev.to | 9 Oct 2022
That is it from the CDK side. Now let us create the handler and retrieve that secret. I like to use middy which describes itself as "stylish Node.js middleware engine for AWS Lambda". It offers some helpful middlewares like ssm which will help us retrieve and cache values from SSM Parameter Store. (Middy provides various other official middlewares including one for Secrets Manager.) I prefer a middleware for this because it keeps the code for retrieving the secret out of your handler which should deal with actual business logic.
Lambda Powertools TypeScript is Generally Available
6 projects | dev.to | 19 Jul 2022
So what's changed in the beta? A glance at the CHANGELOG suggests the answer is that not very much has changed in six months. Lambda Powertools TypeScript still supports class decorators, middy, and a manual API. It still covers the core capabilities of logging, metrics and tracing, and no new capabilities have been added. Outside of some bug fixes and optimization, this is still very much the library I previewed back in January.
Your CORS and API Gateway survival guide
3 projects | dev.to | 15 Mar 2022
First Look at Lambda Powertools TypeScript
11 projects | dev.to | 10 Jan 2022
I'm a big fan of TypeScript and in fact co-authored a book about it. I don't find myself using Java or Python much, so while I've been interested in Lambda Powertools, I never tried it out until now. Lambda Powertools TypeScript joins middy and DAZN Lambda Powertools in the Lambda tooling space for the Node.js runtime. Two things that differentiate Lambda Powertools TypeScript from comparable libraries are it is sponsored by AWS and it supports decorators.
Test Drive AWS Lambda Powertools for Typescript
4 projects | dev.to | 10 Jan 2022
The next natural step was to look at middleware such as Middy to decorate the main business logic, and allow these tasks to be defined once and used consistently. I remember listening to a Comic Relief talk about their Lambda wrapper back in 2019. Since then, I was introduced by Yan Cui to DAZN Lambda Powertools, which was the inspiration for this new project.
AWS SDK v2 or v3 - which one should you use?
3 projects | dev.to | 16 Dec 2021
Anyway, we started our project like that, taking slightly longer for every little thing, just to get used to the new documentation, which also has a complete different format, but we were quite happy, until we realised that some Middy middleware was still relying on old version of SDK and we started wondering if that would have worked at all. After some searches we found out surprisingly that the Lambda Runtime does not come with aws-sdk v3 preinstalled, but v2.
Setup CI/CD for Serverless monorepos application on AWS using GitHub Actions
3 projects | dev.to | 29 Aug 2021
There are many frameworks available to write NodeJS serverless application like Architect, Up, Middy and many more. We will be using Serverless Framework to write our backend API application because we can use multiple programming languages and we will be using multiple other AWS services like S3, API Gateway and Serverless framework has our of the box support for it.
Redis: Exploring Redis as Serverless Database to solve idempotence in APIs
6 projects | dev.to | 14 May 2021
I’ll leverage Middy, a lightweight middleware for Lambda in Node, which has a particularly cool feature (and a really helpful one for the task at hand) that is its onion-like middleware pattern implementation and the ability to create a middleware that can read the function after and before the handler, which is essential for idempotent APIs.
Your Complete API Gateway and CORS Guide
3 projects | dev.to | 20 Apr 2021
So it's relatively easy to set up CORS for this pattern, but the downside is you have to add the headers to each function, which could produce a lot of boilerplate in larger stacks. I would definitely seek to add some kind of middleware solution when adding CORS headers across many functions.
What are some alternatives?
aws-cdk - The AWS Cloud Development Kit is a framework for defining cloud infrastructure in code
dynamodb-toolbox - A simple set of tools for working with Amazon DynamoDB and the DocumentClient
typescript-badges - :smirk_cat: TypeScript Badges
projen - A new generation of project generators
serverless-graphql - Serverless GraphQL Examples for AWS AppSync and Apollo
json-schema-to-ts - Infer TS types from JSON schemas 📝
aws-lambda-powertools-typescript - A suite of utilities for AWS Lambda Functions that makes structured logging, creating custom metrics asynchronously and tracing with AWS X-Ray easier
dazn-lambda-powertools - Powertools (logger, HTTP client, AWS clients, middlewares, patterns) for Lambda functions.
DefinitelyTyped - The repository for high quality TypeScript type definitions.
aws-lambda-power-tuning - AWS Lambda Power Tuning is an open-source tool that can help you visualize and fine-tune the memory/power configuration of Lambda functions. It runs in your own AWS account - powered by AWS Step Functions - and it supports three optimization strategies: cost, speed, and balanced.