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AWS HTTP APIs provides a new way to deploy REST-based APIs in AWS; providing a number of simplifications over the original REST APIs. However, when working with HTTP APIs we need to be aware of a few gotchas, such as what types to use for handler arguments. REST APIs also used to provide a way … Continue reading Enabling Compression for Lambda with AWS HTTP APIs
Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) is a serverless service for sending emails from your applications. Like other AWS services, you can send emails with SES using the AWS REST API or the AWS SDKs. In this article, I want to look at how to send emails using SES with TypeScript specifically. tl;dr Fork the automatically … Continue reading SES, Terraform and TypeScript Starter Project
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This post introduces a tool to keep your Yarn workspace and TypeScript project references in sync automatically.
Please find an updated and extended version of this post here: The Ultimate Guide to TypeScript Monorepos. Project references in TypeScript are an amazing feature for building complex TypeScript projects. They enable dividing a large project into smaller, indepedent modules and thereby improving code organisation as well as compile times; since it is easier for TypeScript … Continue reading TypeScript Monorepo with Yarn and Project References
Serverless development allows deploying low-cost, low-maintenance applications. Go is an ever-more popular language for developing backend applications. With first rate support both in AWS Lambda and GCP Cloud Functions, Go is an excellent choice for serverless development. Unfortunately, setting up a flexible infrastructure and efficient deployment pipelines for Serverless applications is not always easy. Especially … Continue reading Lambda Go Starter Project
AWS Lambda is a cost efficient and easy way to deploy server applications. Express.js is a very popular Node.js framework that makes it very easy to develop REST APIs. This post will go through the basics of deploying an Express.js application to AWS Lambda. You can also check out the sample project on GitHub. Develop … Continue reading Express.js on Lambda Getting Started
In my previous three posts, I have developed a simple WebGL application using react-three-fiber and three.js. In this post, I am adding texture loading and proper lighting to the application. For reference, here the links to the previous versions of the app: Version 1: Just being able to drag a shape on the screen Version … Continue reading Textures and Lighting with React and Three.js