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This is a blank project for TypeScript development with CDK.




CDK PR 2 Pipeline

There are times when feature-based development with git is preferred. Currently, AWS CodePipeline does not natively support constructing a stack when a PR is created in GitHub. This construct enables this functionality.

An example of how to integrate into cdk.pipelines is provided as well

To use in your project, just npm install cdk-pr-to-pipeline

Notes about the construct

  • it triggers deletions on PULL_REQUEST_MERGED

Notes about the example

  • the github token has been stored in Secrets Manager
  • the pr-to-pipeline construct is only deployed when the branch is main, not for any feature branch, since it is what stands up the feature branch stack
  • any s3 buckets created by this example will have to be manually deleted