Unfortunately the functions docs are very, very superficial and neither contain any information on how to access the incoming request (e.g. HTTP headers, source IP, etc.) nor on how to return anything else than text responses.
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There are several properties available in the application’s context called
__ow_methodwhich provide additional information about the calling context. These are available as arguments to the function. The first is the request headers, the second is the path segment (after your function name), and the last is the HTTP verb used to invoke the function. In addition the values
Thanks for the feedback. Here are some examples in Node.js to get you started. If you prefer other languages let us know but it’s the same model
function to perform an HTTP redirect
set a cookie and return some html
return image/png (or other binary content, must be base64 encode
return json (default response)
statusCodeis optional and defaults to 200 OK. The
headersare also optional. The
bodyis required for a valid response. (This is the same as AWS Lambda.)
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