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aws-mobile-react-native-starter - AWS Mobile React Native Starter App https://aws

  •    Javascript

Bootstrap a React Native application on AWS. This starter automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, image storage, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Pet Tracker" where after a user registers and logs in they can upload pictures of their pet to the system along with information like the birthday or breed.A companion blog post for this repository can be found in the AWS Mobile Blog: Announcing: React Native Starter Project with One-Click AWS Deployment and Serverless Infrastructure.

aws-mobile-react-native-starter - AWS Mobile React Native Starter App https://aws

  •    Javascript

Please submit issues to the aws-amplify repository. Bootstrap a React Native application on AWS. This starter automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, image storage, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Pet Tracker" where after a user registers and logs in they can upload pictures of their pet to the system along with information like the birthday or breed.

claudia - Deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway easily

  •    Javascript

Claudia makes it easy to deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway. It automates all the error-prone deployment and configuration tasks, and sets everything up the way JavaScript developers expect out of the box. This means that you can get started with Lambda and API Gateway easily, and focus on solving important business problems instead of dealing with AWS deployment workflows. Check out this video to see how to create and deploy a microservice in under 5 minutes. With the help of Claudia builder projects, you can also use API Gateway as if it were a lightweight javascript web server, or create and deploy chat bots for various platforms easily.




aws-mobile-react-sample - A React Starter App that displays how web developers can integrate their front end with AWS on the backend

  •    Javascript

Please submit issues to the aws-amplify repository. Bootstrap a React application on AWS. This sample automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, website hosting, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Restaurant" ordering system where after a user registers and logs in they can view different restaurant menus, select items and place orders.

komiser - AWS Environment Inspector 👮

  •    Go

Below are the available downloads for the latest version of Komiser (1.0.0). Please download the proper package for your operating system and architecture. When using the CLI you'll generally need your AWS credentials to authenticate with AWS services. Komiser supports multiple methods of supporting these credentials. By default the CLI will source credentials automatically from its default credential chain.

aws-sdk-mock - :rainbow: AWSomocks for Javascript/Node

  •    Javascript

AWSome mocks for Javascript aws-sdk services. This module was created to help test AWS Lambda functions but can be used in any situation where the AWS SDK needs to be mocked.


aws-vsts-tools - AWS Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services

  •    PowerShell

The AWS Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) adds tasks to easily enable build and release pipelines in VSTS and Team Foundation Server to work with AWS services including Amazon S3, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS CodeDeploy, AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation, Amazon Simple Queue Service and Amazon Simple Notification Service, and run commands using the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell module and the AWS CLI. The tools include a new service endpoint type, AWS, to supply AWS credentials to the tasks at runtime.The AWS Tools for VSTS is available from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

aws-mobile-react-sample - A React Starter App that displays how web developers can integrate their front end with AWS on the backend

  •    Javascript

Bootstrap a React application on AWS. This sample automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, website hosting, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Restaurant" ordering system where after a user registers and logs in they can view different restaurant menus, select items and place orders.This starter uses the AWS Amplify JavaScript library to add cloud support to the application.

cloudwatch-dashboards-cloudformation-sample - A sample project to demonstrate using Cloudformation, how to create and configure CloudWatch metric filters, alarms and a dashboard to monitor an AWS Lambda function

  •    Makefile

This is a sample project called 'CodeBuddy'. This is to demonstrate using Cloudformation, how to create and configure CloudWatch metric filters, alarms and a dashboard to monitor an AWS Lambda function.In order to install this utility into your AWS account and correctly execute the scripts of this project you have to create a new user called codebuddy and give it a programmatic access. For the moment have to attach to this user the IAMFullAccess existing policy. In the step 4 you will create a more fine grained policy and will remove this one.

NoDB - NoDB isn't a database.. but it sort of looks like one.

  •    Python

NoDB an incredibly simple, Pythonic object store based on Amazon's S3 static file storage. Initial load test with Goad of 10,000 requests (500 concurrent) with a write and subsequent read of the same index showed an average time of 400ms. This should be more than acceptable for many applications, even those which don't have sparse data, although that is preferred.

markdown-styles-lambda - Automatic static site generation on `git push` using AWS Lambda and markdown-styles using a Gulp-style API

  •    Javascript

Automatic static site generation on git push using AWS Lambda and markdown-styles using a Gulp-style API. Once you've set up this pipeline, you can connect it to multiple Github repos! The same markdown-styles-lambda can process events from multiple Github repos - you can configure the layouts and target buckets to use for each repo separately.

drupal-photo-gallery - An intelligent photo gallery built with Drupal 8.

  •    PHP

An intelligent photo gallery built with Drupal 8, Amazon S3, Lambda, and Rekognition. Alternatively, you can provide your own --account-name, --account-email, and --account-pass.

serverless-client-s3 - A plugin to deploy front-end assets to S3 via the Serverless Framework

  •    Javascript

DEPRECATION NOTICE: The NPM package of this project is not compatiable with v1.0+ of the Serverless Framework. Please use serverless-finch for an updated fork of this project. A Serverless plugin that deploys a web client for your Serverless project to an S3 bucket, and make it publicaly available in seconds.

aws-lambda-go-event - Type definitions for AWS Lambda event sources.

  •    Go

Type definitions and helpers for AWS Lambda event sources. AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. With eawsy/aws-lambda-go-shim, you can author your Lambda function code in Go. This project provides type definitions and helpers to deal with AWS Lambda event source mapping.

bucketsnake - An AWS lambda function that grantsss S3 permissionsss at ssscale.

  •    Python

Bucket Snake is an AWS Lambda function that provisions S3 access for IAM roles. A primary feature of Bucket Snake is to create IAM roles that reside in the account where the S3 buckets live to facilitate proper cross-account S3 bucket access (via a role assumption). Bucket Snake's documentation can be found here.