I’ve been working with AWS for at least 2 years and I think that it has been an amazing journey, where I personally most enjoy the whole serverless environment, so I’m here to tell you a little bit of my experience.
In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the benefits of machine learning services, specifically AWS Comprehend, through a business case for the funniest and simplest understanding of how to build a useful solution along with other services of the same nature: Lambda, SNS and API Gateway.
We are going to create a small application that…
Hello folks, today I would like to show you how I implemented “the WalletPass process over a lambda function from AWS. I used one library called @walletpass/pass-js is which outstanding and helped me a lot.
These are the tools that I used for building this process:
Well, I’m going to assume that you have set the API gateway up with the lambda function. The purpose of this article is to show you how to use this library.
First, import the library via npm or yarn.
npm install @walletpass/pass-js --save
yarn add @walletpass/pass-js
I have a function called “customerAddWallet” in my lambda and I import it in the following way.
Then, I use a S3, where I save the information as icons, background images, and certificates.
Well, that´s it.