An example AWS Lambda written in GoLang to tag a picture with its prominent colors
This repository implements an AWS Lambda using Go that allows you to tag JPEG images in an S3 bucket with their prominent colors from a given palette.
The goal of this project is to act as a tutorial to learn how to build, test and deploy AWS Lambdas written in Go.
This work is kindly sponsored by Buddy.works.
In order to run this example you need:
- Go (1.12+)
- Terraform (0.11+)
- Docker (18.09+)
- Docker-compose (1.23+)
- GNU make
- An AWS account (with AWS cli installed and configured)
- Lambda source code can be found in
- Terraform code for stack definition can be found in
- Integration tests (using
docker-compose) can be found in
Test and build
To test the application you can run:
This will run:
- Linting checks
- Unit tests
- Integration tests
In order to deploy this solution to your default AWS account you can run:
Read the full tutorial
Yet to be published, stay tuned!
Everyone is very welcome to contribute to this project. You can contribute just by submitting bugs or suggesting improvements by opening an issue on GitHub.
Licensed under MIT License. © Luciano Mammino.