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udondan
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AWS IAM policy statement generator with fluent interface

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IAM Floyd

Source iam-floyd Twitter libraries.io Documentation GitHub Maintainability <!-- put back - when we actually have tests Test Coverage -->

AWS IAM policy statement generator with fluent interface.

Support for:

  • 283 Services
  • 10893 Actions
  • 1145 Resource Types
  • 1148 Condition keys <!-- /stats -->

EXPERIMENTAL
This is an early version of the package. The API will change while I implement new features. Therefore make sure you use an exact version in your

package.json
before it reaches 1.0.0.

Documentation

Find the documentation at Read the Docs.

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Packages

There are two different package variants available:

  • iam-floyd: Can be used in AWS SDK, Boto 3 or for whatever you need an IAM policy statement for
    npm PyPI NuGet
  • cdk-iam-floyd: Integrates into AWS CDK and extends
    iam.PolicyStatement

    npm PyPI NuGet

If you need compatibility with CDK v2, you can use:
npm CDK v2 PyPI CDK v2

Find them all on libraries.io.


Legal

The code contained in the lib/generated folder is generated from the AWS documentation. The class- and function-names and their description therefore are property of AWS.

AWS and their services are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade dress of AWS in the U.S. and/or other countries.

This project is not affiliated, funded, or in any way associated with AWS.

IAM Floyd is licensed under Apache License 2.0. Dependencies might be released under different licenses. Especially the bundled packages regex-parser and common-substrings are released under the MIT License.

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