Step 1: Creating a Plugin
Plugin Configuration as Code Resource
A Plugin is a resource that contains at least one Function. Plugins are configured using Configuration as Code. In order to create a new Plugin, you’ll need to add a new Plugin Configuration as Code resource. The schema reference of the resource can be found here .
A Plugin is a multi-file resource, so there are at least 2 resource files that need to be defined. The first is a
_resource.json file that consists of the following properties:
||The Configuration as Code ID of the Plugin.|
||The JSON schema of the resource configuration (accessed via URL).|
||The values to set on the global object for plugin invocations. For example, an API key.|
||The memory limit for the Plugin, in megabytes.|
||A hint to suggest the number of worker instances to create, between 1 and 50.|
*indicates a required field.
In addition to the
_resource.json file, a
mod.ts file should be defined in the same directory. The
mod.ts is where your Functions are defined in Typescript. Each
mod.ts file can contain many Functions.
<% elem.innerText %>