aws-easy: Helper function and types for working with amazonka

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This package provides assorted functions and some Template Haskell to simplify working the amazonka family of packages for interacting with Amazon Web Services.

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Dependencies amazonka, amazonka-dynamodb, amazonka-s3, aws-easy, base (>=4.7 && <5), bytestring, lens, monad-control, resourcet, split, template-haskell, text, unordered-containers [details]
License MIT
Copyright (C) 2017-2021 Richard Cook
Author Richard Cook
Category Network
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Source repo head: git clone
Uploaded by rcook at 2021-11-02T04:15:53Z
Executables aws-easy-demo
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This is a collection of helper functions and some Template Haskell that I use regularly and has streamlined my use of the amazonka framework for interacting with Amazon Web Services. It was extracted from the code I wrote as part of my AWS via Haskell series of blog posts.


Clone repository

git clone

Install compiler

stack setup


stack build --fast

Dump out Template Haskell splices

stack clean && stack build --ghc-options='-ddump-splices -ddump-to-file'
find . -name '*.dump-splices'


stack test

Publish new version

  • Bump version number in aws-easy.cabal
  • Commit change
  • Create a Git tag, e.g. git tag -a v0.1.0.3 -m v0.1.0.3
  • Push to GitHub, e.g. git push && git push --tags
  • Publish using stack upload .


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