Package -

DynamodbSessionStore

Dynamodb Session Store for Hexaville

Installation

Just add this repository url to your Package.swift

Package.swift

// swift-tools-version:3.1

import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
    name: "MyHexavilleApp",
    dependencies: [
        .Package(url: "https://github.com/Hexaville/DynamodbSessionStore.git", majorVersion: 0, minor: 1)
    ]
)

Pre create the table for session data storeing from CLI

If you didn't create the table before, You need to create it first. The instruction is following.

Build and execute DynamodbSessionStoreTableManager

cd /path/to/YourApp
swift build
./.build/debug/DynamodbSessionStoreTableManager

The output is ....

Available commands: 
- create              
- delete              
- help                Prints this help information
- version             Prints the current version of this app

Create Table for session storeing

./.build/debug/DynamodbSessionStoreTableManager create table_name

Usage

You can specify following credential information in environment variables.

  • AWS_DEFAULT_REGION
  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
import Foundation
import HexavilleFramework
import DynamodbSessionStore
import SwiftAWSDynamodb

let app = HexavilleFramework()

let session = SessionMiddleware(
    cookieAttribute: CookieAttribute(expiration: 3600, httpOnly: true, secure: false),
    store: DynamodbSessionStore(
        tableName: "my-app-session",
        dynamodb: Dynamodb()
    )
)

app.use(session)

app.use { req, context in
    context.session?["now"] = "\(Date())"
    return .next(req)
}

let router = Router()

router.use(.get, "/") { req, context in
    if let now = context.session?["now"] {
        return Response(body: "current time is: \(now)")
    } else {
        return Response(body: "No session")
    }
}

app.use(router)

try app.run()

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