AWS with .NET Serverless Tutorials

AWS Lambda Simplicity with .NET Top-level Statements

The .NET 6 runtime for AWS Lambda gave .NET developers a few more options when developing AWS Lambda functions. One such option is top-level statements. The top-level statements feature was designed to greatly simplify developing applications in C# by removing a lot of the “boilerplate” code.  For instance, in this tutorial we will utilize a…

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AWS Lambda Powered by ASP.NET Core Minimal APIs

Often touted as a solution for microservices, Minimal APIs are a new feature in ASP.NET Core that allows developers to easily create HTTP based APIs with minimal dependencies. On top of that, ASP.NET Core minimal APIs are simple, only requiring a csproj file and a Program.cs file. Photo by Jakub Mičuch on Unsplash The Solution In this tutorial,…

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Package and Upload a Lambda Function with the AWS CLI

The AWS console is great for creating, modifying and visualizing your AWS resources, services and infrastructure. However, if you need automation and repeatability, the AWS CLI is where it’s at. For this tutorial, we’ll use .NET as the reference technology. Although, most of this tutorial can be used with other languages like, Python, Node.js, Go,…

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Create a .NET AWS Lambda Function with an HTTPS Endpoint

Get all the code on GitHub. AWS Lambda, the popular AWS service, has been the solution behind many microservices. Some even argue that AWS Lambda enabled the microservice trend over the last five to seven years. And, the serverless/AWS Lambda trend does not show any signs of slowing down. Even with its popularity, there was…

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How to Create a Simple .NET Core AWS Lambda Function

Skip the detail and show me the solution. AWS Lambda is one of the hottest technologies in cloud software development today. And, as hot as it is, there is still a lot of confusion on just what Lambda is and how to develop a serverless function.  First, let’s clarify a few things, serverless doesn’t mean…

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