Learn how to use CSS modules in vanilla React applications - including server-side rendering.
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
In-depth guide for modelling data and setting up the basics. Also includes customisable template and boilerplate.
Discusses all aspects of static website hosting on AWS using S3, CloudFront and Route 53. Includes ready-to-use boilerplate and template.
AWS S3 is a cloud service for storing data using a simple API. In contrast to a traditional database, S3 is more akin to a file system. Data is stored under a certain path. The strengths of S3 are its easy to use API as well as its very low cost for storing data. While … Continue reading S3 and Typescript
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
Next.js 12 templates with support for TypeScript, AWS deployment and detailed getting started guides.
Provides a ready-to-use project that combines Next.js + Bootstrap. Regularily and automatically updated.
Terraform for better or worse is frequently updated with new versions. Many of these introduce incompatibilities with previous versions that require manual rework of Terraform definitions as well as require updating the local or remote Terraform state. I originally developed a solution for deploying Next.js to AWS using Terraform version 0.12 and that has been … Continue reading Deploy Serverless Next.js to AWS with Terraform 1.1
There are many ways to stand up a REST API. Nearly every programming language provides a way for us to develop a simple web server, such as Express.js, Go Gin or Python Flask. However, with the advent of serverless computing, we need to rethink some of the fundamentals of how APIs are developed and deployed. … Continue reading Serverless API with TypeScript on AWS