Minimal example of running serverless-offline with SQS and SNS in local environment.
A Serverless application that demonstrate the flow of amazon SQS, SNS and lambda.
Instead of declare the AWS access key and secret in the serverless.yml, we use the default AWS profile for development and deployment to hide our keys. Fill in your own profile if you are not using the default profile.
We are using ElasticMQ, an in-memory message queue system, with serverless-offline-sqs plugin to simulate the local AWS SQS environment. We have provided a docker-compose file to establish the ElasticMQ service.
cd ./elasticMQ docker-compose up -d
npm install NODE_ENV=development serverless offline start
npm install npm run deploy
There may be a bug on serverless-webpack that it isn't work to use webpack.DefinePlugin to declare the environment variable.
This software is released under the MIT license. See the license file for more details.