aws-foundation: A Common Lisp Interface to Amazon AWS Services.
The primary purpose of this libary is provide support for access to Amazon services, such as Cognito or Transcribe.
aws4-post (service region target content &key (access-key nil) (secret-key nil) (the-time (local-time:now)))
=> result, code, response aws4-post signs and sends a request to Amazon. On error, **result** is nil. **code** is the HTTP response code. On success, **response** is nil. On error, **response** is the decoded JSON response provided by Amazon. Example: (aws-foundation:aws4-post "cognito-idp" "us-east-1" "AWSCognitoIdentityProviderService.ListUsers" `(("UserPoolId" . ,pool-id) ,@(if pagination-token `(("PaginationToken" . ,pagination-token)))) :access-key access-key :secret-key secret-key)) (aws-foundation:aws4-post "transcribe" "us-east-1" "Transcribe.StartTranscriptionJob" `(("LanguageCode" . ,language-code) ("Media" . (("MediaFileUri" . ,url))) ("MediaFormat" . ,media) ("MediaSampleRateHertz" . ,sample-rate) ("TranscriptionJobName" . , job-name)) :access-key access-key :secret-key secret-key))
aws-get (url_s &key (headers nil))
=> result, code, response Constructs and makes an http GET request and decodes the result using Amazon conventions (JSON error responses, for example).
Returns the region portion of a pool id. (region/s "us-east-1_abcdefghi") -> "us-east-1"
Returns the pool portion of a pool id. (region/s "us-east-1_abcdefghi") -> "abcdefghi"
Converts string to a vector of octets using utf-8 encoding.
Create a sha256 digest of the vector of octets
Create a 64 character string, padded with '0' on the left, of the sha256 digest of the vector of octets
aws-foundation is available under a BSD-like license. See the file LICENSE for details.
For any questions or comments, please feel free to email me, Bob Felts