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AWS::SNS::Notification

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AWS::SNS::Notification

Description of an AWS Simple Notification Service message.

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Synopsis

use Cro::HTTP::Router;
use Cro::HTTP::Server;
use AWS::SNS::Notification;


my $app = route {
    post -> 'sns-message' {
        # The SNS message has a content-type of 'text/plain' so this will be raw JSON
        request-body -> $json {
            my $notification = AWS::SNS::Notification.from-json($json);
            # Check this is a valid notification
            if $notification.verify-signature {
               if $notification.is-notification {
                   # Do something with the $notification.message
                   # The format of which depends on the source - an S3 notification will be a JSON String for instance
               }
               else {
                   # This is subscribe or unsubscribe confirmation request
                   # so perform the confirmation
                   $notification.respond;
               }
            }
            else {
                bad-request 'text/plain', 'Fake notification';
            }
        }
    }
};

my Cro::Service $service = Cro::HTTP::Server.new(:host<127.0.0.1>, :port<7798>, application => $app);

$service.start;

react  { whenever signal(SIGINT) { $service.stop; exit; } }

Alternatively you can derive a body parser using Cro::HTTP::BodyParser::JSONClass :

use Cro::HTTP::Router;
use Cro::HTTP::Server;
use AWS::SNS::Notification;
use Cro::HTTP::BodyParser::JSONClass;

class SNSBodyParser does Cro::HTTP::BodyParser::JSONClass[AWS::SNS::Notification] {
	use Cro::HTTP::Message;
    method is-applicable(Cro::HTTP::Message $message --> Bool ) {
        $message.header('x-amz-sns-message-type').defined && $message.header('x-amz-sns-message-id').defined;
    }
}


my $app = route {
    body-parser SNSBodyParser;
    post -> 'sns-message' {
        request-body -> $notification {
            # Check this is a valid notification
            if $notification.verify-signature {
               if $notification.is-notification {
                   # Do something with the $notification.message
                   # The format of which depends on the source - an S3 notification will be a JSON String for instance
               }
               else {
                   # This is subscribe or unsubscribe confirmation request
                   # so perform the confirmation
                   $notification.respond;
               }
            }
            else {
                bad-request 'text/plain', 'Fake notification';
            }
        }
    }
};

my Cro::Service $service = Cro::HTTP::Server.new(:host<127.0.0.1>, :port<7798>, application => $app);

$service.start;

react  { whenever signal(SIGINT) { $service.stop; exit; } }

Description

This class describes an AWS Simple Notification Service message that may be delivered by HTTPS or by a message queue or somesuch.

The class provides for parsing the JSON payload for the message, verifying the signature of the message against the signing key and responding if necessary to a Subscribe or Unsubscribe confirmation.

The actual message sent by the source application is accessed through the .message accessor - so for instance in the case of an S3 notification this will be a JSON string which will need to be decoded for further processing.

Installation

Assuming you have a working rakudo installation you can install this with zef :

 zef install AWS::SNS::Notification

Or from a local clone of the distribution

 zef install AWS::SNS::Notification

Support

If you have an feedback/suggestions/patches please send them via Github

This library is free software. Please see the LICENCE file in the distribution for details.

© Jonathan Stowe 2021