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functions-samples - Collection of sample apps showcasing popular use cases using Cloud Functions for Firebase

  •    Javascript

This repository contains a collection of samples showcasing some typical uses of Cloud Functions for Firebase.Cloud Functions is a hosted, private, and scalable Node.js environment where you can run JavaScript code. Cloud Functions for Firebase integrates the Firebase platform by letting you write code that responds to events and invokes functionality exposed by other Firebase features.

aws-lambda-ffmpeg - An S3-triggered Amazon Web Services Lambda function that runs your choice of FFmpeg 🎬 commands on a file 🎥 and uploads the outputs to a bucket

  •    Javascript

An AWS Lambda Event-driven function that resizes videos and outputs thumbnails using FFmpeg. This function is meant for short-duration videos. If you need to transcode long videos, check out AWS Elastic Transcoder. The different platforms have different naming conventions for their services. To simplify this, listed below is a proposed table of generalized terms that are platform-independent.

cloud-functions-emulator - A local emulator for Google Cloud Functions that allows you to deploy, run, and debug your Cloud Functions on your local machine before deploying them to the production Google Cloud Functions service

  •    Javascript

Disclaimer: This is not an official Google product.The Google Cloud Functions Emulator is a Node.js application that implements the Google Cloud Functions API, and includes a CLI with which you can manage the application.




guide - Serverless Guide - An open-source definitive guide to serverless architectures.

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Authored by the community, curated by Serverless, Inc. This is your definitive guide to serverless architectures. Inside, you will find everything you need to know about serverless development and how to be a serverless organization: patterns, best practices, case studies and everything in-between.

googlecloudfunctions-training - Google Cloud Functions Training

  •    Javascript

Refer to the Google Cloud Functions Tutorial Series, which is a companion set of blog posts for all the examples covered here. This project contains multiple projects that will be used during the training. Each of the projects is a Google Cloud Function that will be demonstrated during the course.


gSlack - Get Slack notifications from Google Cloud Platform

  •    Javascript

Display bucket name, created/deleted, location, project and by who. Display instance name, started/stopped, zone, project and by who.

gcf

  •    Crystal

GCF provides managed execution of crystal language code within Google Cloud Functions. GCF compiles your crystal code statically using the durosoft/crystal-alpine docker image or optionally using your local crystal installation (if it is capable of static compilation) via the --local option. It then bundles your compiled crystal code in a thin node.js wrapper function and deploys it to GCP using the options you specify. An API is also provided for writing to the console, throwing errors, and returning the final response. If you plan to use docker-based static compilation (default option), you don't need to install crystal on your system as long as you have a statically compiled gcf binary. You can use the build_static script included in the repo to build a static binary for gcf using docker. That said, having crystal locally installed will make it easier to write tests.

awesome-functions - A curated list of awesome open source Cloud / Lambda / Azure functions

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A curated list of awesome open source Cloud / Lambda / Azure functions. You want to contribute to this project? Please follow these recommendations.

gcp-cloud-functions-typescript-starter - Google (Cloud Platform) Cloud Functions TypeScript starter project

  •    TypeScript

If you prefer command-line interface instead of Visual Studio Code than use the next commands to build project. If you prefer command-line interface instead of Visual Studio Code than use the next commands to deploy project.

firebase-functions-es6-example - Use ES6 to develop Cloud Functions for Firebase today!

  •    Javascript

This example is deprecated in favour of ES6+ in Cloud Functions 2 and it's folder in my blog-examples repo. Here is the accompanying Medium post.