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Programming language: Go
License: MIT License
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Latest version: v1.5.0

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go-aws-news

Fetch what's new from AWS and send out notifications on social sites.

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go-aws-news

App Install

go-aws-news can be executed as an application that sends out notifications to social sites like Discord. To configure providers, modify the [config.yaml](config.yaml) file to enable a provider.

go-aws-news is designed to be run on a schedule, once a day (displaying the previous day's AWS News). See the install options for examples on how to install and run.

Notification Providers

Currently supported providers:

  • [Discord](providers/discord/README.md)
  • [Rocket.Chat](providers/rocketchat/README.md)
  • [Slack](providers/slack/README.md)
  • [SMTP (email)](providers/smtp/README.md)
  • [Yammer](providers/yammer/README.md)

Install Options

Install With Crontab

The simplest way to run go-aws-news is via crontab.

Type crontab -e on Mac or Linux and add a line:

# Binary
0 2 * * * /path/to/go-aws-news-binary
# Docker
0 14 * * * docker run -d --rm --name aws-news \
  -v your_config.yaml:/config.yaml \
  circa10a/go-aws-news

The above example will execute go-aws-news at 2PM UTC (8AM CST) each day.

Install As Kubernetes CronJob

go-aws-news can be run as a CronJob in a Kubernetes cluster.

Example cronjob.yaml:

apiVersion: batch/v1beta1
kind: CronJob
metadata:
  name: go-aws-news
spec:
  schedule: "0 14 * * *"
  jobTemplate:
    spec:
      template:
        spec:
          containers:
          - name: go-aws-news
            image: circa10a/go-aws-news
            volumeMounts:
            - name: config
              mountPath: /config.yaml
              subPath: config.yaml
          volumes:
          - name: config
            configMap:
              name: awsnews-config
          restartPolicy: OnFailure

The ConfigMap can be created from the config.yaml file itself:

kubectl create configmap awsnews-config --from-file=config.yaml

To apply the cronjob.yaml example above:

kubectl apply -f cronjob.yaml

Module Install

go-aws-news can be installed as a module for use in other Go applications:

go get -u "github.com/circa10a/go-aws-news/news"

Module Usage

Methods return a slice of structs which include the announcement title, a link, and the date it was posted as well an error. This allows you to manipulate the data in whichever way you please, or simply use Print() to print a nice ASCII table to the console.

Get Today's news

package main

import (
  awsnews "github.com/circa10a/go-aws-news/news"
)

func main() {
    news, err := awsnews.Today()
    if err != nil {
      // Handle error
    }
    news.Print()
}

Get Yesterday's news

news, _ := awsnews.Yesterday()

Get all news for the month

news, _ := awsnews.ThisMonth()

Get from a previous month

// Custom timeframe(June 2019)
news, err := awsnews.Fetch(2019, 06)

Get from a previous year

// Custom timeframe(2017)
news, err := awsnews.FetchYear(2017)
news, _ := awsnews.ThisMonth()
news.Print()
// Console output
// +--------------------------------+--------------+
// |          ANNOUNCEMENT          |     DATE     |
// +--------------------------------+--------------+
// | Amazon Cognito now supports    | Jan 10, 2020 |
// | CloudWatch Usage Metrics       |              |
// +--------------------------------+--------------+
// | Introducing Workload Shares in | Jan 10, 2020 |
// | AWS Well-Architected Tool      |              |
// +--------------------------------+--------------+
//

Loop over news data

// Loop slice of stucts of announcements
// For your own data manipulation
news, _ := awsnews.Fetch(time.Now().Year(), int(time.Now().Month()))
for _, v := range news {
    fmt.Printf("Title: %v\n", v.Title)
    fmt.Printf("Link: %v\n", v.Link)
    fmt.Printf("Date: %v\n", v.PostDate)
}

Limit news results count

news, _ := awsnews.ThisMonth()
// Last 10 news items of the month
news.Last(10).Print()

Get news as JSON

news, _ := awsnews.ThisMonth()
json, jsonErr := news.JSON()
if jsonErr != nil {
    log.Fatal(err)
}
fmt.Println(string(json))

Get news as HTML

news, _ := awsnews.ThisMonth()
html := news.HTML()
fmt.Println(html)

Get news about a specific product

news, err := awsnews.Fetch(2019, 12)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
} else {
    news.Filter([]string{"EKS", "ECS"}).Print()
}

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Test

# Unit/Integration tests
make
# Get code coverage
make coverage