This Serverless plugin automates the process of both configuring AWS to serve static front-end content and deploying your client-side bundle.
It creates an S3 bucket to hold your front-end content, and adds two routes to API Gateway:
GET / => bucket/index.html
GET /assets/* => bucket/*
This allows your API and front-end assets to be served from the same domain, sidestepping any CORS issues. CloudFront is also not used. The combination of these two properties makes this plugin a good fit for a dev stage environment.
npm i -D serverless-apig-s3
This plugin requires node > 7.6 because fuck callbacks.
plugins: - serverless-apig-s3 custom: apigs3: dist: client/dist # path within service to find content to upload (default: client/dist) dotFiles: true # include files beginning with a dot in resources and uploads (default: false) topFiles: true # create routes for top-level files in dist folder (default: false) resourceName: static # route path for static assets (default: assets) resourcePath: /dist # path prefix for assets in s3 bucket (default: '')
sls deploy # ensure that sls deploy has been run so that this plugin's resources exist. sls client deploy # uploads client build artifacts to s3
Something missing? More documentation? All Issues / PRs welcome at https://github.com/sdd/serverless-apig-s3