conan-aws-lambda is a barbarically simple deployment system for
Unobtrusive and Unopinionated
Code lambda functions any way you want, with any directory structure, any filenames... then just tell
conan-aws-lambda how you want it deployed:
// conan.config.js;;conan =region: "us-east-1";conan;
// deploy.js;conandescription"A simple 'Hello, World!' example!";console;conan;
conan-aws-lambda comes with key integrations and advanced features such as remote package building (for architectural compatibility with compilers) and dependency management.
- Quality and Compatibility
- AWS API Gateway Integration
- Akiro.js Integration
- Name-Based IamARN Referencing
- Deploy Other Runtimes
Conan can be installed as an npm development dependency with a single terminal command:
$ npm install conan --save-dev
If your platform is not listed above, you can test your local environment for compatibility by copying and pasting the following commands into your terminal:
npm install conan-aws-lambda cd node_modules/conan-aws-lambda npm test
AWS IAM Roles & Permissions
Important: In order for Conan AWS Lambda to work properly, you must provide an AWS IAM Role with sufficient permissions for:
- Creating more IAM Roles and set their permissions
- Full Access For AWS Lambda
- Full Access For AWS API Gateway
- Full Access For AWS S3
- 0.1.0 - First BETA release for public review.
How to Contribute
To contribute to the core Conan.js repository, you will need a firm understanding of:
- linting with
- babel & transpiling
In order for a pull request to be accepted:
- All tests must pass.
- All tests must be meaningful.
- There must be 100% coverage for