Fetch environment variables and write it to a .env file
This serverless plugin generates a
.env file based on the environment variables in the
serverless.yml. The idea is to use this environment variables for further tasks like integration tests etc. It works great with
serverless offline, so you can start serverless offline, the plugin will hook into the process and create the
.env file. You will find the
.env file in the
.serverless folder of your project.
It will collect the global environment variables of the poject as well as all environment variables of the functions. It will also add
IS_OFFLINE to your environment if you run the plugin via
Add the npm package to your project:
# Via yarn $ yarn add @jimdo/serverless-dotenv # Via npm $ npm instal @jimdo/serverless-dotenv --save
Add the plugin to your
plugins: - '@jimdo/serverless-dotenv'
That's it! You can now type
serverless dotenv in your terminal to generate the
.env file based on your serverless configuration. Alternative you can just start
serverless offline to generate it.
standardJS plugin for your Editor, but you can also lint your code with
yarn run lint - respectively
npm run lint. Please don't forget to add unit and/or integration tests. Thanks <3
Latest commit b2f54ec on Sep 24, 2017