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Introduction to the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) - Workshop

Developer Guide

This workshop is built with markdown as a static HTML site using hugo.

$ brew install hugo

You'll find the content of the workshop in the workshop/ directory.

You can start up a local development server by running:

$ cd workshop
$ hugo server -D
$ open http://localhost:1313/

Website Infrastructure

The workshop is available at https://cdkworkshop.com. It's a static website hosted on S3 and served through CloudFront.

It is implemented as a (surprise) CDK application under the cdkworkshop.com directory.

  • npm install - bootstrap.
  • npm run build and npm run watch
  • npm run deploy - build & deploy

License Summary

This sample code is made available under a modified MIT license. See the LICENSE file.

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