Use Lambda Function URL to write a Serverless app backed by DynamoDB

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  • lambda-functionurl-dynamodb-sam-go

    Use Lambda Function URL to write a Serverless app backed by DynamoDB

    git clone cd lambda-functionurl-dynamodb-sam-go

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    Testing the integration involves sending an HTTP requests to the Lambda Function URL. This example used the curl CLI, but you can also use other options.

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    This is yet another blog post (it's a short one!) that demonstrates how you can use Lambda Function URL to write a simple application backed by DynamoDB. You will be able to invoke an API endpoint exposed by the Lambda Function URL,which in turn will execute operations (GetItem, PutItem, Scan) on DynamoDB. The function is written in Go using the DynamoDB package in AWS Go SDK and AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) is used to quickly build and deploy the solution.

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