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AWS Lambda REST ToolBox

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Lambdalizator

AWS Lambda REST Toolbox inspired by Flask. Created and Open Sourced thanks to LocalBini.com by pdyba and songofroland.

Python 3.8+ Black

Authentication

Lambdalizator can automatically read the value of the Authentication HTTP header and transform it into the User object that is available as a part of the request. The Authentication header must contain a JWT token that will be verified using one of the configured public keys (see Configuration below). The User object will have properties corresponding to the key-value pairs from the token's data.

To enable authentication provide a value for either ALLOWED_PUBLIC_KEYS or ALLOWED_AUDIENCES environment variables.

Configuration

Lambdalizator can be configured using the following environment variables:

  • ALLOWED_PUBLIC_KEYS - a list of public keys that can be used for decoding auth tokens send in the Authentication and Authorization headers. If you are using Cognito, you can use public keys from: https://cognito-idp.{your aws region}.amazonaws.com/{your pool id}/.well-known/jwks.json.
  • ALLOWED_AUDIENCES - a list of audiences that will be used for verifying the JWTs send in the Authentication and Authorization headers. It should be a comma-separated list of strings, e.g. aud1,aud2. If not set, any audience will be considered valid.
  • ALLOWED_ISS - allowed issuer of JWT - Security feature. If not set, issuer will not be checked.
  • AUTH_REMOVE_PREFIXES - if enabled, all fields starting with a prefix (like cognito:) in the auth token will have the prefix removed. Defaults to False (set as "0" or "1").
  • LOGGING_LEVEL - log level used in the application. Defaults to INFO.
  • EXPIRATION_KEY - for defining the expiration key used in authorization default "exp" according to JWT standard.

Hello World Example:

1. Define resource

# simple_resource.py

from lbz.router import add_route
from lbz.response import Response
from lbz.resource import Resource

class HelloWorld(Resource):

    @add_route("/", method="GET")
    def list(self):
        return Response({"message": "HelloWorld"})

2. Define handler

# simple_resource.py

from lbz.exceptions import LambdaFWException

from simple_resource import HelloWorld


def handle(event, context):
    try:
        return HelloWorld(event)()
    except Exception as err:
        return LambdaFWException().get_response(context.aws_request_id).to_dict()

3. Create dev Server 🖥️

# simple_resource_dev.py

from lbz.dev.server import MyDevServer

from simple_resource.simple_resource import HelloWorld

if __name__ == '__main__':
    server = MyDevServer(acls=HelloWorld, port=8001)
    server.run()

4. Don't forget to unit test ⌨️

# pytest simple_resource_test.py
from lbz.dev.test import Client

from simple_resource import HelloWorld

class TestHelloWorld:
    def setup_method(self) -> None:
        # pylint: disable=attribute-defined-outside-init
        self.client = Client(resource=HelloWorld)

    def test_filter_queries_all_active_when_no_params(self) -> None:
        data = self.client.get("/").to_dict()["body"]
        assert data == '{"message":"HelloWorld"}'

5. Authenticate it 💂

# simple_auth/simple_resource.py

from lbz.router import add_route
from lbz.response import Response
from lbz.resource import Resource
from lbz.authz import authorization


class HelloWorld(Resource):
    _name = "helloworld"

    @authorization()
    @add_route("/", method="GET")
    def list(self, restrictions=None):
        return Response({"message": f"Hello, {self.request.user.username} !"})

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