The code looks so simple too! Great little tutorial
Very exciting trick, thank you for sharing
My pleasure! Use it for good! :)
Your posts are absolutely brilliant Vicky
𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓴𝓼 𝓼𝓸 𝓶𝓾𝓬𝓱 𝓑𝓮𝓷!
Wow that’s amazing, thanks! I didn’t know Lambda even existed. For my Twitter bot (check out dev.to/rockystrongo/twitter-bot-po...) I have to maintain an AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment up and running all the time! Thanks for this, I’ll look into it 🙂
I’m really keen to try a Twitter bot that actually responds to events on Twitter - ie, something hits API gateway or SNS only when certain conditions are met.
Zapier would do this: zapier.com/apps/twitter/integrations.
But it costs money :(
Useful, interesting and well written... a truly magical combo! Thanks!
Thank you so much!
Awesome post Vicky! I think adding the code in here or in a future post would be worthwhile for those that are new to GO.
I was considering writing one on the Twitter bot since it would go through some common Go stuff, but I think I'll hold off until I have a use case with slightly more variety. If you can think of one, let me know!
When I first tried Go I got caught up on some of the $GOPATH and even though I stumbled through it I'd definitely find value in some writing that clarified some of the nuances of the language's practices and opinions.
I love it :)
Hey great post, GitHub link ain’t working though? Can u update the link if still available ? Thanks!
Thanks Steve! I fixed it.
Thanks for sharing!
I was wondering: back in the day, you had to have NAT gateway (which costed like low-end ec2 inst) for lambdas to access internet. It's not the case anymore?
AWS Lambda doesn't require any ancillary services to access the internet. Isn't modern technology wonderful? :)
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