Topic: typescript

  • AWS CDK: Use Lambda with Application Load Balancer

    March 11th, 2021 362 Words

    When coming from a serverless perspective, setting up an Application Load Balancer with VPC sounds like much to do for just invoking an AWS Lambda function. Thanks to the AWS CDK, it’s not that complex.

  • AWS CDK: Read data from AWS Parameter Store

    February 11th, 2020 104 Words

    When you orchestrate an architecture von AWS, you’ll often end up with the need to read information like hostnames, identifiers, resource names or ARNs from somewhere for further processing. CloudFormation Stacks can have configured Outputs and Parameters, but using the AWS Parameter Store proved to be a more flexible solution. Using the AWS Cloud Development Kit in TypeScript, you can easily read data from AWS Parameter Store.

  • AWS CDK: Store data in AWS Parameter Store

    February 11th, 2020 132 Words

    When you orchestrate an architecture von AWS, you’ll often end up with the need to store information like hostnames, identifiers, resource names or ARNs somewhere for further processing. CloudFormation Stacks can have configured Outputs, but using the AWS Parameter Store proved to be a more flexible solution. Using the AWS Cloud Development Kit in TypeScript, you can easily store data like an S3 Bucket domain name in AWS Parameter Store.

  • AWS CDK: Deploy AWS Lambda function

    February 3rd, 2020 139 Words

    AWS Lambda functions are great. Using the AWS Cloud Development Kit in TypeScript, you can easily deploy files to AWS Lambda functions and configure an AWS Lambda Layer in the same CloudFormation Stack. After the deployment is done, the AWS Lambda function name to invoke the uploaded sources will be exposed as a CloudFormation Stack Output.

  • AWS CDK: Deploy static files to an Amazon S3 Bucket

    February 1st, 2020 141 Words

    You can easily deploy static files stored in a folder to an Amazon S3 Bucket. If you configure your S3 Bucket for static website hosting, you can access all files via HTTPS from any browser or tool. Using the AWS Cloud Development Kit in TypeScript, your CloudFormation Stack can look like this. After the deployment is done, the domain name to access the uploaded content will be exposed as a CloudFormation Stack Output.

  • Deploy React SPA with CodePipeline and CodeBuild using AWS CDK

    January 23rd, 2020 1171 Words

    There are plenty of tools and services for continuous delivery available. Most of them are either directly built into the source code management tools you already use, or perfectly integrate with them. You might be familiar with CircleCI, Travis CI, GitLab CI, or GitHub Actions.

  • Use TypeScript and CircleCI v2 Workflows for NPM packages

    November 5th, 2017 350 Words

    If you love software workflows as much as I do, you should check out my basics for deploying NPM packages using TypeScript, CircleCI v2, and GitHub Releases.