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AWS

AWS SDK for elm.

The elm-aws-core package provides functions and types that facilitate making HTTP requests to AWS services. Use it to create user-friendly clients to specific AWS services.

Modules in this package

  • AWS.Core.Service: Create a service definition. Every service client should define its own Service definition.
  • AWS.Core.Credentials: Create AWS credentials used to sign requests.
  • AWS.Core.Http: Create requests, sign, and send them. Signing and sending a request requires both a Service and Credentials.
  • AWS.Core.Enum: Many AWS services define enumerations. This small module provides functions to convert from Elm types to string values.

Usage example

import AWS.Core.Credentials as Credentials
import AWS.Core.Http as Http exposing (Method(..))
import AWS.Core.Service as Service
import Json.Decode
import Task

let
    creds =
        Credentials.fromAccessKeys
            "ACCESS KEY ID"
            "SECRET ACCESS KEY"
    service =
        Service.defineGlobal
            "sts"
            "2011-06-15"
            Service.query
            Service.signV4
            (Service.setXmlNamespace "https://sts.amazonaws.com/doc/2011-06-15/")
    handler =
        \result ->
            case result of
                Ok someValue ->
                    -- someValue is what you get from the decoder
                    -- that is provided to the request call below.
                    -- In this case, it would be an Int because
                    -- we are using Json.Decode.int as the decoder.
                    someValue /= -1
                Err err ->
                    -- err is an Http.Error
                    -- See: http://package.elm-lang.org/packages/elm-lang/http/latest/Http#Error
                    False
in
Http.request
    GET
    "/some/path"
    Http.emptyBody
    Json.Decode.int
    |> Http.send service creds
    |> Task.attempt handler
    |> (/=) Cmd.none
--> True
version : String

elm-aws-core package version.

AWS.version
--> "1.1.0"
module AWS exposing (version)

{-| AWS SDK for elm.

The elm-aws-core package provides functions and types that facilitate making
HTTP requests to AWS services. Use it to create user-friendly clients to
specific AWS services.


## Modules in this package

  - [AWS.Core.Service](AWS-Core-Service): Create a service definition. Every service client should define its own `Service` definition.
  - [AWS.Core.Credentials](AWS-Core-Credentials): Create AWS credentials used to sign requests.
  - [AWS.Core.Http](AWS-Core-Http): Create requests, sign, and send them. Signing and sending a request requires both a `Service` and `Credentials`.
  - [AWS.Core.Enum](AWS-Core-Enum): Many AWS services define enumerations. This small module provides functions to convert from Elm types to string values.


## Usage example

    import AWS.Core.Credentials as Credentials
    import AWS.Core.Http as Http exposing (Method(..))
    import AWS.Core.Service as Service
    import Json.Decode
    import Task

    let
        creds =
            Credentials.fromAccessKeys
                "ACCESS KEY ID"
                "SECRET ACCESS KEY"
        service =
            Service.defineGlobal
                "sts"
                "2011-06-15"
                Service.query
                Service.signV4
                (Service.setXmlNamespace "https://sts.amazonaws.com/doc/2011-06-15/")
        handler =
            \result ->
                case result of
                    Ok someValue ->
                        -- someValue is what you get from the decoder
                        -- that is provided to the request call below.
                        -- In this case, it would be an Int because
                        -- we are using Json.Decode.int as the decoder.
                        someValue /= -1
                    Err err ->
                        -- err is an Http.Error
                        -- See: http://package.elm-lang.org/packages/elm-lang/http/latest/Http#Error
                        False
    in
    Http.request
        GET
        "/some/path"
        Http.emptyBody
        Json.Decode.int
        |> Http.send service creds
        |> Task.attempt handler
        |> (/=) Cmd.none
    --> True

@docs version

-}


{-| elm-aws-core package version.

    AWS.version
    --> "1.1.0"

-}
version : String
version =
    "1.1.0"