How to manage your static websites with AWS S3, CloudFront, and a command line

Here’s a short list of things you shouldn’t need to worry about when setting up a static website:

  • scaling up your servers for surges in traffic
  • logging into the AWS Management Console just to upload a new index.html file
  • spending US$5 to host a single static website

I myself was sick of worrying about these things. So I learned some Go, developed a small command line tool over the weekend, and open-sourced it.

AWS S3 is an affordable option for for hosting (and free for first time users), and AWS CloudFront is good for CDN. But setting up the two is a pain.
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