Deploy a Jamstack site on AWS Lambda with API Gateway in 10 minutes or less đź’¨

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  • We will base our application on the AssemblyLift project template available on GitHub. You can clone this, or click the "use this template" button to create a new repo in your account from the template.

  • handlebars-rust

    Rust templating with Handlebars

    If you paid attention to the function code above, it might have occurred to you that the assets we serve don't have to be completely static. For example we could instead embed a handlebars template or similar & render it with the handlebars crate, allowing us "semi-dynamic" content for lack of a better name.

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    You will also need the Rust toolchain and NPM installed. In addition you will need to install the wasm32-unknown-unknown build target for the Rust toolchain (rustup toolchain install wasm32-unknown-unknown).

  • jamstack.org

    The official Jamstack site

    Jamstack architecture is all the rage these days, owing to its focus on high performance and scalability. With an emphasis on serving pre-generated content, for some it may feel a little bit like a return to the old days. The underlying infrastructure however is anything but!

  • aws-lambda-java-libs

    Official mirror for interface definitions and helper classes for Java code running on the AWS Lambda platform.

    This article will walk through building and deploying a simple static site, served using AWS Lambda and API Gateway. To accomplish this we will use AssemblyLift, an open-source platform designed to quickly & easily accomplish such a task.

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    The easiest way to build & deploy cloud native microservices! Written in Rust, powered by WebAssembly 🚀

    This article will walk through building and deploying a simple static site, served using AWS Lambda and API Gateway. To accomplish this we will use AssemblyLift, an open-source platform designed to quickly & easily accomplish such a task.

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