A Very Nice Way of Supporting Vastly Different Browser Experiences For Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile Devices.
Welp, we're going to look at some nodejs code for and aws lambda function here, and specifically the code will be invoking a different lambda function. Although there are a few ways to do this, I really wanted to find a way of chaining lambdas such that they don't have to wait for the one one they just called to finish. It's a bit confusing, but maybe with some example you'll understand what I mean. Well then let's dive right in!
Man oh man, this is something that tripped me up when moving a bunch of lambda functions over to a different region. After lots and lots of tweaks, googles, and let's-try-its I've landed upon a nice AWS CodePipeline template that I like to use for new lambda functions. Here it is below in all of its glory!
This is seriously something I did not know about until just now. I would intuitively try to hit the arrow keys to move the playhead and tried basically all the combinations of the arrow keys with ctrl, shift, space, and / or command. Then after a bit a googlin' I found that the side carrots keys allow you to move the playhead.
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