I’m making use of two new technologies (for me): DigitalOcean’s Functions (AWS Lambda alternative) and TypeScript.
Couple of assumptions I may be wrong about:
- Even during development, you need to upload your Functions to test them. There’s no local way of running them realistically. (Baring unit tests, which are possible but not entirely realistic.)
- It’s a good idea to write these Functions in TypeScript. (I’ve already benefitted from it catching a null-branch bug.)
- TypeScript isn’t supported by DO. That’s not surprising.
tsconfig.jsononly allows one
- I currently don’t need an esbuild or a webpack.
This means I’ve ended up with a build script like this:
#!/bin/bash set -xe # clean up the build folder rm -rf build/* # src contains all my typescript, including `src/functions` which are my DO # Functions tsc # since .yml isn't a .ts file, tsc ignores it. DO requires this file to know # what shape functions are in. cp src/functions/project.yml compiled/functions/ # doctl sls deploy hates unknown files, so remove the map files find compiled/functions -name "*.map" -type f -delete doctl serverless deploy compiled/functions # ditch this folder before moving it to build rm -rf compiled/functions cp index.html build/ cp compiled/* build/
Does this look normal? It works. But I’m not sure how long for or if I’m
build.shing myself into a corner. Is this a solved problem?
PS. I thought this would be a good question for StackOverflow initially, but then got nervous regarding the difference between stackoverflow and software-engineering and gave up.