🚀 Project Update:

Lambda API: v0.9 Released

Lambda API v0.9 adds new features to give developers better control over error handling and serialization. A TypeScript declaration file has also been added along with some additional API Gateway inputs that are now available in the REQUEST object.

NPM: https://www.npmjs.com/package/lambda-api

New Error Types

Lambda API now provides several different types of errors that can be used by your application. RouteError, MethodError, ResponseError, and FileError will all be passed to your error middleware. ConfigurationErrors will throw an exception when you attempt to .run() your route and can be caught in a try/catch block. Most error types contain additional properties that further detail the issue.

Custom Serializers

By default, Lambda API will serialize objects with JSON.stringify(). If you want more fine-grained control over serialization, you can now add a serializer property to the configuration options when instantiating the API.

Additional API Gateway Inputs

Lambda API now passes through additional API Gateway inputs directly into the REQUEST object including pathParameters, stageVariables and isBase64Encoded.

TypeScript Support

Thanks to an incredible amount of work by @hassankhan, a TypeScript declaration file has been added to support your projects. Just import ‘lambda-api’ into your TypeScript handler.

Full Release Notes: https://github.com/jeremydaly/lambda-api/releases/tag/v0.9.0

NPM: https://www.npmjs.com/package/lambda-api

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