A Markdown API for Medium that deploys to AWS Lambda.
Change the domain name of a Medium post URL to
unmediumed.com to view as Markdown. The
http protocol and the
medium.com domain will be automatically assumed for
medium.com domain posts. For publications with custom domains the full URL should be provided.
# with protocol and medium domain https://unmediumed.com/https://medium.com/@danielireson/three-tips-when-using-npm-as-a-website-build-system-827d29606715 # without protocol https://unmediumed.com/medium.com/@danielireson/three-tips-when-using-npm-as-a-website-build-system-827d29606715 # without medium domain https://unmediumed.com/@danielireson/three-tips-when-using-npm-as-a-website-build-system-827d29606715 # publication with custom domain https://unmediumed.com/https://medium.freecodecamp.org/how-to-build-a-serverless-url-shortener-using-aws-lambda-and-s3-4fbdf70cbf5c
Building and deploying
Ensure you have SBT, the Serverless Framework and the AWS CLI installed. The required AWS infrastructure defined in
serverless.yml will be automatically created on first deploy. The custom domain then needs manually configuring for the S3 bucket and API Gateway endpoint. The website is expected to be hosted from the
unmediumed.com bucket at the domain root and the API hosted on the
md subdomain. Optionally the
www subdomain can be assigned to the
www.unmediumed.com bucket to redirect www requests to the root domain.
# running the test suite (cd api && sbt test) # building the API using sbt assembly ./scripts/build-api # deploying the API using serverless framework ./scripts/deploy-api # deploying the website to S3 bucket ./scripts/deploy-website
Basic request analytics can be sent to Google Analytics. To enable, configure two environment variables for the AWS Lambda handler with the Google Analytics tracking ID and custom domain name with
This project is licensed under the MIT License.