Claudia.js Example projects
- Hello World – shows a trivial Node.js Lambda function and how to set up deployment using Claudia.js
- Web API – a simple REST api, shows how to configure and deploy an API Gateway interface along with the Lambda function
Common Development tasks
- Using NPM Modules – a slightly more complex function, shows how to deploy third party dependencies using Claudia.js
- Using Babel – shows how to deploy transpiled Babel code
- Environment Variables – setting and using Lambda environment variables
- Detecting Context – detect if a function was called for development or production, in order to load the right configuration
- Recursive invocation – an example of how Lambda can asynchronously call itself to work around timing limitations
- Packing for AWS SAM – an example of how to use Claudia to prepare packages for deployment using CloudFormation and AWS SAM
- Web Serving HTML – shows how to change error and success content types and response codes, and how to perform browser redirects
- Generic handlers – shows how to capture dynamic paths and set up handlers for any content type easily
- Custom response codes – shows how to change status codes for response
- Custom Headers – shows how to return custom headers from API responses
- Custom CORS origins – shows how to control allowed CORS origins/headers
- Intercepting requests – an example showing how to prevent or modify requests
- Post-deploy variable configuration – shows how to set up post-deploy hooks to prompt users for stage variables
- Generic post-deploy steps – shows how to set up post-deploy hooks for automatic configuration
- Using Lambda Context – shows how to access the Lambda Context object from projects built using
- DynamoDB CRUD – a simple document store, shows how to use DynamoDB and connect it to a CRUD REST API. Also shows how to configure a single Lambda function to work with different resources for development, testing and production.
- GraphQL Endpoint – GraphQL CRUD operations, using DynamoDB for persistence.
- GitHub Repository Labels – a simple image server, shows how to map URL path components to arguments, how to customise response types and how to connect to third party REST APIs
- Using AWS Mobile Analytics for server-side events – log events into AWS Mobile Analytics for easy internal telemetry
- Custom Authorizers – a simple example of how to set up custom authorizers in API Gateway
- Geo location – shows how to retrieve the country where your users originated the request
- Binary Content – shows how to configure API Gateway to send or receive binary data
- Twilio & Shippo webhook – shows how to create an API endpoint for processing webhook updates using Twilio and Shippo
- S3 File Processing – an example service that converts files uploaded to S3; shows how to wire up Lambda to respond to S3 events
- IOT Topic Filters – an example how to trigger a function when a message is posted to an IOT Data Topic
- Pandoc S3 Converter – a more complex example that converts S3 files to .docx using Pandoc
- SVG to PDF S3 Converter – convert SVG files uploaded to S3 to PDF format using RSVG and Cairo
- Website Email Alert – periodically check a URL and send an e-mail if it is not available; shows how to send e-mails using SES and set up Lambda functions as scheduled recurring events
- Deploying a Proxy API – an example of how to create an API Gateway that will proxy all requests directly to a Lambda function
- Running Express Apps in AWS Lambda – an example of how to deploy an existing Express app with minimal changes to Lambda
- Running fastify Apps in AWS Lambda – an example of how to deploy an existing fastify app with minimal changes to Lambda
- Simple Bot – an example demonstrating how to receive and respond with simple text messages
- Facebook Messenger Bot with Buttons – an example showing how to create more complex platform specific messages, for example Facebook buttons
- Space Explorer Bot – uses NASA's API to get the data and images about the space, shows how to use Facebook Template builders for response messages.
- Slack Delayed Reply – an example showing how to send delayed and multiple replies for Slack slash commands.
- Alexa Skill – an Amazon Echo (Alexa) skill sample that spells out English words
Examples in other repositories
- Quote Bot, showing how to integrate with Twilio
- Slack Ping Command, showing how to create a simple Slack command, pinging a Web URL and reporting the result
- State-Action-Model example, showing how to use the SAM pattern to create a Lambda-powered blog
To get started, make sure your credentials are configured. See the ClaudiaJS Getting Started Guide for more information.
AWS Lambda currently runs Node.js version 8 and 6 (you can choose the runtime with
--runtime when creating the function). It's best to use the same version for testing and deployment.