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C# 7 and .NET Core Cookbook by Dirk Strauss

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After you have uploaded your function to AWS, click on the View menu in Visual Studio and select the AWS Explorer. Expanding the AWS Lambda node will show us the function we previously uploaded. If you see an error when expanding the node, you might need to give your user the ListFunctions permission. Expanding the AWS Identity and Access Management node will also show you the users, groups and roles you have configured. You can easily test your AWS Lambda function from within Visual Studio here by selecting one of the Example Requests and clicking on the Invoke button.

What we want to do, however, is hook up our S3 that stores ...

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