score-tweets is a framework for sending out live score updates via Twitter. This pings different leagues' sites to get score information, detect changes in score, then tweet out the score.
score-tweets runs on the AWS Lambda environment in response to scheduled events, and stores each league's scores in a AWS DynamoDB
The AWS Lambda handler.
Main league runner to fetch, compare, send out, and store scores.
Configs for each leagues which contains the URL and model location for the league.
Models for each league that contain parsing and comparing methods.
Promise wrapper for AWS DynamoDB calls.
Promise wrapper for the request library.
Promise wrapper for the twitter library, adds retrying if Twitter throttles us.
Creates ordinal strings out of numbers (for innings and such).
Sets up AWS DynamoDB tables.
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Copyright (c) 2016 Sanders DeNardi
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