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lambdaw

1.0.7 • Public • Published

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styled with prettier

This is what the AWS SDK should had, there is no point on manually creating JSON object to pass through the callback when you can use a library that will ensure that you know what are using (it has JSDoc) and is battle-tested.

Install

Just run:

npm install --save lambdaw

And you could require it in those ways:

const R = require('lambdaw/apigateway')
const { ApiGateway } = require('lambdaw')

HTTP: API Gateway

You could use this helpers to handle HTTP Responses:

const R = requrire('lambdaw/apigateway')
 
module.exports.helloWorld  = (event, context, callback) => {
  const response = new R()
    .Status(200)
    .WithCORS()
    .WithBody({
      message: 'Go Serverless v1.0! Your function executed successfully!',
      input: event
    })
 
    callback(null, response)
}

Isn't it beautiful?

Lex

You could use to create the responses for your own bots:

const L = requrire('lambdaw/lex')
 
module.exports.handler = (event, context, callback) => {
  const response = new L(event)
    .asClose(L.FULFILMENT_STATES.Fulfilled)
    .withMessage(L.MSG_CONTENT_TYPES.PlainText, 'Bye!')
    .end()
 
  callback(null, response)
}

Developers

Planning to help with a feature? Fork and start a PR, just make sure to follow the common styleguides (use prettier, write on fluent API, write tests)....

You could run tests/generate coverage with:

npm t

And generate documentation with:

npm run doc

Install

npm i lambdaw

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Version

1.0.7

License

MIT

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27 kB

Total Files

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