Serverless Framework Docs

#Hello World C# Example

Make sure serverless is installed. See installation guide.

Once installed the Serverless CLI can be called with serverless or the shorthand sls command.

If sls command retuns an error in PowerShell, please use serverless command.

$ sls

Commands
* You can run commands with "serverless" or the shortcut "sls"
* Pass "--verbose" to this command to get in-depth plugin info
* Pass "--no-color" to disable CLI colors
* Pass "--help" after any <command> for contextual help

#1. Create a service

sls create --template aws-csharp --path myService

Using the create command we can specify one of the available templates. For this example use aws-csharp with the --template or shorthand -t flag.

The --path or shorthand -p is the location to be created with the template service files. Change directories into this new folder.

#2. Build using .NET Core 2.X CLI tools and create zip package

# Linux or Mac OS
./build.sh
# Windows PowerShell
./build.cmd

#3. Deploy

sls deploy

This will deploy your function to AWS Lambda based on the settings in serverless.yml.

#4. Invoke deployed function

sls invoke -f hello

Invoke deployed function with command invoke and --function or shorthand -f.

In your terminal window you should see the response from AWS Lambda.

{
    "Message": "Go Serverless v1.0! Your function executed successfully!",
    "Request": {
        "Key1": null,
        "Key2": null,
        "Key3": null
    }
}

Congrats you have deployed and ran your Hello World function!

Have questions?

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