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This webform uses the Express framework and Bootstrap to build a simple, scalable customer signup form that is deployed to AWS Elastic Beanstalk. The application stores data in Amazon DynamoDB and publishes notifications to the Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) when a customer fills out the form.
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README.md

Elastic Beanstalk SignUp Form (Express)

This webform uses the Express framework and Bootstrap to build a simple, scalable customer signup form that is deployed to AWS Elastic Beanstalk. The application stores data in Amazon DynamoDB and publishes notifications to the Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) when a customer fills out the form.

Features

Themes

The code includes several Bootstrap themes from bootswatch.com. You can dynamically change the active theme by setting the THEME environment variable in the Elastic Beanstalk Management Console:

Installed themes include:

Ohio region only

Installation Guide

  1. Launch
  2. Click Next to proceed with the next step of the wizard.
  3. Specify a name and all parameters for the stack.
  4. Click Next to proceed with the next step of the wizard.
  5. Click Next to skip the Options step of the wizard.
  6. Check the I acknowledge that this template might cause AWS CloudFormation to create IAM resources. checkbox.
  7. Click Create to start the creation of the stack.
  8. Wait until the stack reaches the state CREATE_COMPLETE

Updating EBS

  1. Run eb deploy to deploy to production (from Bastion Host as root)

Clean Up

  1. Run eb terminate --all to clean up (from Bastion Host as root)
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