Tuesday, 10 July 2018

AWS Lambda has now added support for .NET Core 2.1

AWS Lambda function code can be developed in C# by using the .NET Core 2.1 runtime.NET Core 2.1 version is going to soon be the Long Term support version. HTTP client implementation and types of representing the adjoining regions of random memory can be used as any of the new runtime features. To create a C# lambda function you will need to specify the Lambda runtime parameter as the dotnetcore 2.1. After doing this you need to upload the ZIP of all the NuGet dependencies via AWS Lambda console and AWS Command Line Interface. The .NET Core 2.1 is available in all the AWS regions where the Amazon Lambda is available. 

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