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Run "Amplify SNS Workshop" in Visual Studio Code's Remote Container

With using the VSCode's remote container extension and the files in this repo, you can walk through the Amplify SNS Workshop without installing (unwanted) stuff into your local machine's environment.

We've created and tested this repo on/for macOS, but it also could work on Windows machines 田ミ

Prerequisities

Usage

  • Clone this repo to your local machine
  • Open the cloned directory in Visual Studio Code
  • Open remote container environment by following the vscode's popup window(, then it'll build a new container for you)
  • If you already have existing AWS profile(s) in your local machine and use one of them for the workshop, you can skip the first section of the workshop and start from the section 2.

Structure

Repository

.
├── .devcontainer          <- Configs for the 'Remote - Containers' extension
├── .gitignore
├── copy-boyaki-to-host.sh <- See the "Note" below
├── LICENSE
└── README.md              <- You're reading this file right now :)

In the remote container

/              <- Container's root
...
├── hostdir    <- Mounted host directory (= containers all files and folders of this repository)
...
└── workspaces <- Your working directory :)

Preserving your work

NOTE: You will find the boyaki directory in your remote container during the workshop (so as in the VSCode's explorer) but NOT in your host machine. This is a side-effect of the fix PR #3 (for the issue #2) to speed up the npx create-react-app command, thus you may lose your boyaki files once you stop the remote container. If you need to preserve and/or edit the files inside the boyaki folder outside of your remote container, you can use the bash script copy-boyaki-to-host.sh to copy those in-container files as a zip file boyaki.zip to your host machine's boyaki directory. Simply execute /hostdir/copy-boyaki-to-host.sh inside your remote container and follow the guidance to run it.

Details of the container

1. Installed Packages

via .devcontainer/Dockerfile

  • Node.js v12.x
  • AWS CLI v2.x
  • Amazon Corretto 8 (OpenJDK 1.8.x) for the "Amplify Mocking" feature

via .devcontainer/devcontainer.json

  • AWS Amplify CLI 4.16.1

2. Default configurations

We'd recommend you to use this repository with the default configurations below, but still you can change the configs in the devcontainer.json file and/or the Dockerfile in the .devcontainer directory if you need.

Working directory (inside your remote container)

  • /workspaces

Mounted directories (to your remote container)

  • Your git cloned folder (as /hostdir in the container)
  • Your AWS credentials folder ({$HOME|$USERPROFILE}/.aws). So that you can use your existing AWS profiles for the amplify init command, and you don't need to run the amplify configure command if you use your pre-configured AWS profile.

Forwarded Ports (from host to your remote container)

The following ports are exposed from the remote container and you can access them via your web browser with http://localhost:{PORT_NUMBER}.

  • 3000 (for the local development server, launched by npm start command)
  • 20002 (for Amplify Mocking, launched by amplify mock api command) Make sure to use http://localhost:20002 as the endpoint of the mocked API when you access it via a web browser.

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