lambda

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Published: May 19, 2022 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 20 Imported by: 1,468

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func Start

func Start(handler interface{})

Start takes a handler and talks to an internal Lambda endpoint to pass requests to the handler. If the handler does not match one of the supported types an appropriate error message will be returned to the caller. Start blocks, and does not return after being called.

Rules:

* handler must be a function
* handler may take between 0 and two arguments.
* if there are two arguments, the first argument must satisfy the "context.Context" interface.
* handler may return between 0 and two arguments.
* if there are two return values, the second argument must be an error.
* if there is one return value it must be an error.

Valid function signatures:

func ()
func () error
func (TIn) error
func () (TOut, error)
func (TIn) (TOut, error)
func (context.Context) error
func (context.Context, TIn) error
func (context.Context) (TOut, error)
func (context.Context, TIn) (TOut, error)

Where "TIn" and "TOut" are types compatible with the "encoding/json" standard library. See https://golang.org/pkg/encoding/json/#Unmarshal for how deserialization behaves

func StartHandler deprecated added in v1.2.0

func StartHandler(handler Handler)

StartHandler takes in a Handler wrapper interface which can be implemented either by a custom function or a struct.

Handler implementation requires a single "Invoke()" function:

func Invoke(context.Context, []byte) ([]byte, error)

Deprecated: use lambda.Start(handler) instead

func StartHandlerWithContext deprecated added in v1.18.0

func StartHandlerWithContext(ctx context.Context, handler Handler)

StartHandlerWithContext is the same as StartHandler except sets the base context for the function.

Handler implementation requires a single "Invoke()" function:

func Invoke(context.Context, []byte) ([]byte, error)

Deprecated: use lambda.StartWithOptions(handler, lambda.WithContext(ctx)) instead

func StartWithContext deprecated added in v1.18.0

func StartWithContext(ctx context.Context, handler interface{})

StartWithContext is the same as Start except sets the base context for the function.

Deprecated: use lambda.StartWithOptions(handler, lambda.WithContext(ctx)) instead

func StartWithOptions added in v1.32.0

func StartWithOptions(handler interface{}, options ...Option)

StartWithOptions is the same as Start after the application of any handler options specified

Types

type Function deprecated

type Function struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Function struct which wrap the Handler

Deprecated: The Function type is public for the go1.x runtime internal use of the net/rpc package

func NewFunction deprecated added in v1.11.0

func NewFunction(handler Handler) *Function

NewFunction which creates a Function with a given Handler

Deprecated: The Function type is public for the go1.x runtime internal use of the net/rpc package

func (*Function) Invoke

func (fn *Function) Invoke(req *messages.InvokeRequest, response *messages.InvokeResponse) error

Invoke method try to perform a command given an InvokeRequest and an InvokeResponse

func (*Function) Ping

func (fn *Function) Ping(req *messages.PingRequest, response *messages.PingResponse) error

Ping method which given a PingRequest and a PingResponse parses the PingResponse

type Handler added in v1.2.0

type Handler interface {
	Invoke(ctx context.Context, payload []byte) ([]byte, error)
}

func NewHandler added in v1.7.0

func NewHandler(handlerFunc interface{}) Handler

NewHandler creates a base lambda handler from the given handler function. The returned Handler performs JSON serialization and deserialization, and delegates to the input handler function. The handler function parameter must satisfy the rules documented by Start. If handlerFunc is not a valid handler, the returned Handler simply reports the validation error.

func NewHandlerWithOptions added in v1.32.0

func NewHandlerWithOptions(handlerFunc interface{}, options ...Option) Handler

NewHandlerWithOptions creates a base lambda handler from the given handler function. The returned Handler performs JSON serialization and deserialization, and delegates to the input handler function. The handler function parameter must satisfy the rules documented by Start. If handlerFunc is not a valid handler, the returned Handler simply reports the validation error.

type Option added in v1.32.0

type Option func(*handlerOptions)

func WithContext added in v1.32.0

func WithContext(ctx context.Context) Option

WithContext is a HandlerOption that sets the base context for all invocations of the handler.

Usage:

lambda.StartWithOptions(
 	func (ctx context.Context) (string, error) {
 		return ctx.Value("foo"), nil
 	},
 	lambda.WithContext(context.WithValue(context.Background(), "foo", "bar"))
)

func WithSetEscapeHTML added in v1.32.0

func WithSetEscapeHTML(escapeHTML bool) Option

WithSetEscapeHTML sets the SetEscapeHTML argument on the underlying json encoder

Usage:

lambda.StartWithOptions(
	func () (string, error) {
		return "<html><body>hello!></body></html>", nil
	},
	lambda.WithSetEscapeHTML(true),
)

func WithSetIndent added in v1.32.0

func WithSetIndent(prefix, indent string) Option

WithSetIndent sets the SetIndent argument on the underling json encoder

Usage:

lambda.StartWithOptions(
	func (event any) (any, error) {
		return event, nil
	},
	lambda.WithSetIndent(">"," "),
)

Directories

Path Synopsis
Package handlertrace allows middleware authors using lambda.NewHandler to instrument request and response events.
Package handlertrace allows middleware authors using lambda.NewHandler to instrument request and response events.

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