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  • The Ultimate Guide to TypeScript Monorepos
    17 projects | | 26 Nov 2021
    Most solutions presented so far for the JavaScript/TypeScript monorepo have taken advantage of common JavaScript tools, frameworks and libraries. Unfortunately, I was not able to find a framework that met my requirements for setting up infrastructure and deployment. Very important to me was being able to use Terraform, which I believe provides the most ‘standard’ way to define infrastructure as code. Almost any kind of infrastructure that can be deployed on any of the popular cloud platforms can be defined in Terraform, and there are plenty of examples and documentation available. Alternatives such as the Serverless framework or AWS SAM in comparison more lean towards being special purpose tools. Pulumi is also a great option but I am not yet convinced that the additional magic it provides on top of basic infrastructure definition (which is based on Terraform) is required over vanialla Terraform.
  • my manager is insistent we deploy to our svelte kit app to lambda aws
    5 projects | | 15 Nov 2021
    Frameworks like hide some of the complexity of Lamda deployment.
    5 projects | | 15 Nov 2021
    You could also consider which is an easy way of deploying web apps to AWS Lambda. It should take care of the tricky config for you. There is a svelte-kit adapter for it
  • SST: The Most Underrated Serverless Framework You Need to Discover (part 2)
    6 projects | | 13 Nov 2021
    So you start building using serverless principles, and you discover the Serverless framework. Great ! You will discover here another option, that I consider superior in multiple area, the Serverless Stack (SST). In this second article, I will focus on some available constructs after introducing the concept. It can help you to build faster!
  • Development workflow in a serverless world
    3 projects | | 8 Nov 2021
    There's Serverless Framework, LocalStack and supposedly AWS SAM Accelerate that I know of.
  • Managing code with lambda?
    3 projects | | 8 Nov 2021
    I would recommend using AWS SAM or the Serverless framework.
  • Anti-Patterns to Avoid in Lambda Based Apps
    3 projects | | 5 Nov 2021
    I use serverless to orchestrate my lambdas. They help out with the tradeoff between micro-lambdas and monolith. I get a single code base where I can reuse code, write tests and deploy all at once and serverless packages it up into individual lambdas. You can also manage other resources there in a single serverless file including iam permissioning, databases, or any other aws service. So your entire app is in that config file.

    Sometimes it bites you in the ass though and you get cryptic errors when trying to update the app in cloudfront, but overall I think its worth it.


  • Dart on AWS Lambda
    3 projects | | 3 Nov 2021
    We will make use of the serverless framework to write lambda functions.
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (November 2021)
    31 projects | | 1 Nov 2021
    Serverless Inc. | REMOTE I Full-time |

    The Serverless Framework has been an open-source project since 2015, and has quickly become the leading way developers deploy cloud applications on any FaaS provider. Serverless allows developers to focus less on administration, more on driving business value to end-users and enabling organizations to innovate and get to market more quickly.

    We are a globally distributed, fully remote Series B startup and we’re actively looking for product driven engineers to join our team.

    Here is a snapshot of what we are looking for:

    Senior Data Engineer - We’re looking for engineers with experience building streaming data processing architectures using a mostly AWS/serverless stack along with ElasticSearch and Timeseries data APPLY:

    Frontend Developer/Designer - We build in React, but technical skills are not as important as your UI/UX portfolio and desire to build the next generation of software development tools and experiences. APPLY:

    Senior Backend Engineer - Extensive experience with AWS services like AWS Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB, IAM. Extensive experience building REST APIs and other back-ends in the Node.js. APPLY:

    Feel free to reach out directly to us to start the conversation! Joseph [at]

  • A Guide to Starting a FastAPI + Poetry + Serverless Project
    4 projects | | 19 Oct 2021
  • Looking to replace some parts of Amplify
    2 projects | | 19 Oct 2021
    I haven't use much but it feels a bit more flexible way to build apps than amplify and perhaps can meet your requirements. What do you folks think about it?
  • 5 Tips to help your App scale
    4 projects | | 12 Oct 2021
    What to check out: Serverless Framework, Lambda, Cloud Functions, Cloud Run, Cloudflare Workers, Netlify
  • How we solved AWS Lambda timeouts... and improved performance
    1 project | | 6 Oct 2021
    We never had issues with this prior, because our previous services were built with Serverless Framework which sets a default memory size of 1024 MB.
  • three ways to deploy a serverless graphQL API
    13 projects | | 4 Oct 2021
    The Serverless Framework is an open source framework for building applications on AWS Lambda. It provides a CLI for developing and deploying AWS Lambda functions, along with the AWS infrastructure resources they require.
  • How do i deploy Frontend and Backend properly?
    3 projects | | 3 Oct 2021
    I’d second the vote for AWS Amplify. If you don’t want to go full ‘serverless’ with your api you can use something like serverless-express which will run your express app in a lambda. It’s fairly straightforward to get set up. The serverless framework is also pretty good but you don’t really need it, AWS has all the build tools you need. No need to add extra layers/dependencies if you don’t need to.


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