Occasionally I’ll think of shiny projects and start chasing them or try to remember them for later. Now when I think of something, I’ll put it in my project repository. Project Repository I’m using a single repository to manage all the projects and ideas to backlog and track. The single repo allows my projects that span across different platforms to have single source of management. Another benefit is the ability to customize the issue template.
- I’ve decided to finally go back and revamp my original hugo setup which can be found in the Hugo Site Auto Generated by Lambda post. The issue with that previous setup was if I had multiple posts (markdown files), the S3 event would trigger the lambda function as many times as the number of files uploaded, when I only needed it to run once after all were uploaded. My new plan was to publish the markdowns to github and have a lambda function trigger to pull the files and put into S3.
- Description When a custom Slack command is triggered, the corresponding command will change the state of a GitHub pull request. A magic night project provided by AWS User Group Hosted by MindTouch. Tools used in this project Slack: smylee.Slack.com GitHub: GitHub.com/smyleeface/shiny-palm-tree Amazon API Gateway, Lambda, IAM > Roles, Encryption Keys AWS CLI Prerequisites GitHub Pull Request Alert on Slack (Magic Night Project - Part 1) The AWS CLI installed with a user and valid API key with an authorized user to run the kms command before continuing.
- Description When a GitHub pull request is made, it will trigger an alert on Slack. A magic night project provided by AWS User Group Hosted by MindTouch. Tools used in this project Slack: smylee.slack.com GitHub: github.com/smyleeface/shiny-palm-tree Amazon API Gateway & Lambda Slack Setup Setup a Slack team if you don’t have one to use. Create a new channel (or skip this step to use an existing channel that the messages will appear.