Node 8 in AWS Lambda by Apex Up
The way this project is packaging the Node 8 app isn't the best. Try the official example of Apex Up that uses the Node binary! https://github.com/apex/up-examples/tree/master/oss/node-8.
- Clone this repo:
git clone https://github.com/romuloalves/up-node8.git
- Build the docker image with the Dockerfile:
docker build -t up-node8 .
- Build your code using the container image and the zeit/pkg inside it. Example:
docker run --rm -w /tmp -v $(PWD):/tmp up-node8 pkg --output=build/server --targets node8-linux .
Instead of clone this repository to build the image, you can use the image I built:
docker run --rm -w /tmp -v $(PWD):/tmp romuloaalves/up-node8 pkg --output=build/server --targets node8-linux .
- Now is just deploy the content of the directory
There is an example you can run.
The instructions are inside the example dir.
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