Serverless Offline Local Authorizers Plugin

Serverless plugin for adding and mocking local authorizers when developing locally with serverless-offline.

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serverless-offline-local-authorizers-plugin

Serverless plugin for adding authorizers when developing and testing functions locally with serverless-offline.

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This plugin allows you to add local authorizer functions to your serverless projects. These authorizers are added dynamically in a way they can be called by serverless-offline but don't interfer with your deployment and your shared authorizer functions. This helps when you have shared API Gateway authorizers and developing and testing locally with serverless-offline.

Installation

Installing using npm:

npm i serverless-offline-local-authorizers-plugin --save-dev

Usage

Step 1: Define your authorizer functions in a file called local-authorizers.js and put it into your project root (that's where your serverless.yml lives).

If you want the local function to call your deployed shared authorizer it could look something like this:

const AWS = require("aws-sdk");
const mylocalAuthProxyFn = async (event, context) => {

  const lambda = new AWS.Lambda();
  const result = await lambda.invoke({
    FunctionName: "my-shared-lambda-authorizer",
    InvocationType: "RequestResponse",
    Payload: JSON.stringify(event),
  }).promise();

  if (result.StatusCode === 200) {
    return JSON.parse(result.Payload);
  }

  throw Error("Authorizer error");
};

module.exports = { mylocalAuthProxyFn };

Of course you could also just return a mocked response, call Cognito to mock your Cognito Authorizer or whatever suits your needs. You can also define multiple authorizer functions if you need to.

Step 2: In your serverless.yml, add the localAuthorizer property to your http events. This will not interfere with your "real" authorizers and will be ignored upon deployment.

functions:
  myFunction:
    handler: myFunction.handler
    events:
      - http:
          path: /my/api/path
          method: GET
          authorizer:
            type: CUSTOM
            authorizerId: abcjfk
            localAuthorizer:
              name: "mylocalAuthProxyFn"
              type: "request"

Step 3: Add the plugin to the plugins sections in serverless.yml:

plugins:
  - serverless-offline-local-authorizers-plugin
  - serverless-offline

Step 4: Fire up serverless offline with the local-authorizers option:

$ sls offline local-authorizers --stage dev --region eu-central-1

License

MIT

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Latest commit b2f54ec on Sep 24, 2017

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