New releases – DynamoDB.SQL and Darkseid

Hi, just a quick update on two of my libraries aimed at making AWS easier to work with from .Net.

 

DynamoDB.SQL

DynamoDB.SQL is a SQL-like external DSL for querying & scanning data in Amazon DynamoDB. Version 3.0.0 has been released, which moves away from the monolithic .Net AWSSDK (v2.x.x), and onto the DynamoDB specific package.

You can continue to use v2.x packages for DynamoDB.SQL, I’ll apply any bug fixes to both v2.x and v3.x packages. However, any new features in the future – such as support for the mid-level Table abstractions in the AWSSDK – will be added to v3.x only.

Over the coming weeks and months, I’ll continue the effort to migrate my fleet of AWS-related tools and libraries to the service-specific packages.

 

Darkseid

Darkseid is a producer library for Amazon Kinesis, it works hand-in-hand with ReactoKinesix which provides the consumer side of the story.

Courtesy of Dustin’s PR, version 0.3.0 has been released which adds synchronous methods for pushing events to Kinesis (so that services that aren’t ready to go async all the way can still integrate with Kinesis using Darkseid).

 

That’s it, folks, hope you all had a nice weekend. If you haven’t seen Deadpool yet, you should, it is amazing 

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