As we continue to update Serverless Stack, we want to make sure that we give you a clear idea of all the changes that are being made. This is to ensure that you won’t have to go through the entire tutorial again to get caught up on the updates. We also want to leave the older versions up in case you need a reference. This is also useful for readers who are working through the tutorial while it gets updated.
Below are the updates we’ve made to Serverless Stack, each with:
- Each update has a link to an archived version of the tutorial
- Updates to the tutorial compared to the last version
- Updates to the API and Client repos
While the hosted version of the tutorial and the code snippets are accurate, the sample project repo that is linked at the bottom of each chapter is unfortunately not. We do however maintain the past versions of the completed sample project repo. So you should be able to use those to figure things out. All this info is also available on the releases page of our GitHub repo.
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v1.2.4: Updating to React 16 (Current)
Dec 31, 2017: Updated to React 16 and fixed
sigv4Client.js IE11 issue.
Dec 30, 2017: Updated serverless backend to use babel-preset-env plugin and added a note to the Deploy to S3 chapter on reducing React app bundle size.
Dec 1, 2017: Added the following Extra Credit chapters.
- Customize the Serverless IAM Policy
- Environments in Create React App
Oct 7, 2017: Added the following Extra Credit chapters.
- API Gateway and Lambda Logs
- Debugging Serverless API Issues
- Serverless environment variables
- Stages in Serverless Framework
- Configure multiple AWS profiles
Sep 16, 2017: Upgrading serverless backend to using serverless-webpack plugin v3. The new version of the plugin changes some of the commands used to test the serverless backend. You can read more about it here.
Aug 30, 2017: Fixing some issues with session handling in the React app. A few minor updates bundled together. You can read more about it here.
July 19, 2017: Switching to using IAM as an authorizer instead of the authenticating directly with User Pool. This was a major update to the tutorial. You can read more about it here.