This Node.js code example shows:
The example shows how to set up and run a simple Node.js module that creates an Amazon S3 bucket, then adds a text object to it.
Because bucket names in Amazon S3 must be globally unique, this example
includes a third-party Node.js module that generates a unique ID value that you
can incorporate into the bucket name. This additional module is named
To set up and run this example, you must first complete these tasks:
awsnodesample. Note that the directory must be created in a
location that can be updated by applications. For example, in Windows, do
not create the directory under "C:Files".
|• Step 1---Configure Your Credentials
|• Step 2---Create the Package JSON for the Project
|• Step 3---Install the SDK and Dependencies
|• Step 4—Write the Node.js Code
|• Step 5---Run the Sample