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Add CloudWatch support to default build #229

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theefer opened this Issue Feb 6, 2014 · 3 comments

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@theefer
theefer commented Feb 6, 2014

Is there a reason why the CloudWatch API module is not enabled by default? I had to generate a custom build in order to use it (seems to work fine).

Would be great to be able to use the official build instead.

@lsegal
lsegal commented Feb 6, 2014

Thanks for bringing this up. As AWS services begin enabling support for CORS, these services (like CloudWatch) may be added to the default bundle. One thing we have to watch for is download size, so we evaluate each service as they enable CORS. We're also looking at an easier way to allow users to customize the services bundled in the SDK without affecting size. Watch this space.

@lsegal lsegal closed this in bd74a75 Feb 27, 2014
@lsegal
lsegal commented Feb 27, 2014

http://sdk.amazonaws.com/js/aws-sdk-2.0.0-rc10.min.js should include Amazon Kinesis and Amazon CloudWatch. The way this is loaded in the final build will change slightly, but this should simplify things for now.

@theefer
theefer commented Feb 28, 2014

That's great, thanks!

I've been working on a CloudWatch web component to be released soon, so that change will definitely make it easier to depend on the AWS JS SDK!

@lsegal lsegal added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 26, 2014
@lsegal lsegal Tag release v2.0.0-rc13
References:
  #158, #202, #215, #221, #224, #225, #226, #229, #230, #233,
  #237, #241, #242, #246, #248
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@lsegal lsegal added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 24, 2014
@lsegal lsegal Tag release v2.0.0-rc.14
References:
  #158, #202, #215, #221, #224, #225, #226, #229, #230, #233,
  #237, #241, #242, #246, #248
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