Having versions in Lambda is one of the parts of a strong CI/CD process. You can quickly roll back to prior versions — strong CI/CD pipelines are built with multiple tools to solve critical issues that need to be fixed immediately. However, these same versions will eventually cause you to hit the storage limit, which causes the issues outlined in the article.
That’s actually a very good point and something we have on the roadmap for optimizations. It is not 60MB of unique code in each function.
The serverless framework also works with Layers, which would fit into our existing CICD process. Also, there is an auto-optimization function that minimizes code — especially nodejs — in…
I’ll have to take a look at this. Frankly, I run Linux and MacOS and have a VM for the Windows code, so Windows is the least supported platform for this tool right now. If you know PowerShell and have this working locally, please feel free to open a PR in the repo and I can add your code!
An update for this guide that allowed us to get over a 401 response being returned by the ALB.
Once we set up the application in Auth0, we had to add our application URL to the allowed callback URLs, allowed web origins, and allowed logout URLs for it to function correctly.
I like the flow you guys have. We use a similar flow at Airswap, but we have changed up Beta (we call it UAT) to run on a testnet (Rinkeby in our case). This allows users to play with and break features without losing real money on gas fees or having to hold two different tokens in their wallets on mainnet.
Thanks for reminding me about passwordless authentication. Just saved me having to write the whole forgot password and reset password routine. Thanks for saving me an hour that I can now send developing features of the program instead of administrative overhead programming!
Matt Turner — Glad to see your response to the article!
I agree that the HTTP-based reload endpoint isn’t the best way to handle the reload since you can’t guarantee that it hits every box.
The NGINX solution is something I actually really like. I know that I need to play around more with NGINX…