Creating AWS Lambdas with Visual Studio

Uncategorized, Web programming
Fair warning AWS Services are in constant change and evolution. Check the date of this post as in the last 18 months there's been new stuff added to those services and I expect more to come in the next 18, so if the post is a bit out of date be careful it may not be accurate. Installing and using the AWS plugin Need to install "AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio 2017 and 2019" plugin into Visual Studio. Then, you should have an "AWS Explorer" tab on the sidebar next to the Solution Explorer and the rest where you can set up your credentials and log into Amazon. That panel will also show you all the lambdas and rest of stuff you already have in Amazon. You can also add…
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Using dotLess in .Net

While I had a node.js system built to build my LESS stylesheets and even a less.js client-side generator I found that the client-side doesn't work quick enough on firefox and even the server side isn't the simplest thing when you are working with .Net and end up having the feel you have two parallel systems. So I searched for more options and decided to give another try to dotLess, which gives .Net a handler to use .less files and generate the CSS server-side. Installing dotLess First of all, install dotLess through NuGet: PM> Install-Package dotless That will install the library, add its references and make some changes in the webconfig, unfortunately looks like IIS7 doesn't like one of those changes: This is because IIS 7 uses http handlers from both…
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