Use scheduled events to invoke a Lambda function - Amazon SDK for JavaScript
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The Amazon SDK for JavaScript V3 API Reference Guide describes in detail all the API operations for the Amazon SDK for JavaScript version 3 (V3).

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Use scheduled events to invoke a Lambda function

SDK for JavaScript V3

Shows how to create an Amazon EventBridge scheduled event that invokes an Amazon Lambda function. Configure EventBridge to use a cron expression to schedule when the Lambda function is invoked. In this example, you create a Lambda function by using the Lambda JavaScript runtime API. This example invokes different Amazon services to perform a specific use case. This example demonstrates how to create an app that sends a mobile text message to your employees that congratulates them at the one year anniversary date.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

This example is also available in the Amazon SDK for JavaScript v3 developer guide.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • EventBridge

  • Lambda

  • Amazon SNS