When creating a service your serverless yml will define which endpoint is used for your function and when you run the
serverless invoke command.
# serverless.yml ... functions: helloWorld: # What the script will be called on Cloudflare (this property value must match the function name one line above) name: helloWorld # The name of the script on your machine, omitting the .js file extension script: helloWorld events: - http: url: example.com/hello/user method: GET headers: greeting: hi
The events section in the yml above makes it so that the Function helloWorld will be used for request to the
example.com/hello/user endpoint. This configuration would send a GET request with a header called
greeting that has a value of
hi to the
example.com/hello/user endpoint when you run
serverless invoke -f helloWorld.