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Integrate HTML/CSS to Image with Amazon CloudWatch

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About HTML/CSS to Image

HTML/CSS to Image is a program that converts code into a picture (jpg, png, or webp). Images seem precisely the same in Firefox as they do in Chrome.

About Amazon CloudWatch

Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.

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    Triggers when a new log is created.

    Actions
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    Generates an image from HTML/CSS

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    Generates an image from a URL

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How HTML/CSS to Image & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose HTML/CSS to Image as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Amazon CloudWatch as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from HTML/CSS to Image to Amazon CloudWatch.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of HTML/CSS to Image and Amazon CloudWatch

HTML is the most common markup language for web page construction. HTML is used for describing the structure of a document written in the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML. CSS is a stylesheet language that allows authors and users to attach style (e.g. fonts, cpors, spacing. to HTML documents. HTML can be used directly as an image source. However, HTML is not meant to be displayed as an image; it is intended to be sent to a browser for rendering. HTML/CSS to Image is aimed at converting HTML/CSS files into images for distributing content on static sites, dynamic sites, and WordPress blogs. This top supports the conversion of all types of CSS files, including Less, SCSS, Sass, Stylus, and CSS files with embedded JavaScript. This top will automatically generate an image from a HTML or a CSS file.

Integration of HTML/CSS to Image and Amazon CloudWatch

In this section, we’ll go through the steps required to integrate HTML/CSS to Image and Amazon CloudWatch. The first step is to create a CloudWatch Logs group:

Click “Logs” in the navigation menu. Click “Create Log Group” in the top-right corner of your screen. In the “Name” field, enter a name for your log group. Choose a region where you would like to store your logs. In the “Log stream” field, click “Receiving log stream” and select “Enable log stream”. Then click “Create Log Group” at the bottom of the screen. Note. It may take up to 15 minutes for your new log group to become active after you complete these steps.

The next step is to create an S3 bucket in Amazon S3 and configure CloudFront Distribution:

Click “S3” in the navigation menu. Click “Create Bucket” in the top-right corner of your screen. In the “Bucket name” field, enter a name for your bucket. In the “Region” list, select the region in which you want to create the bucket. If you want to create a new hosted zone (recommended), choose “Create a new hosted zone” and specify a unique name for your hosted zone. In the “Permissions” list, select “Public access” if you want to make this bucket available to everyone. Otherwise, select the IAM user or rpe that you want associated with this bucket and then choose “Use existing credentials” to use IAM permissions that are associated with an AWS account or IAM user. If you did not create a hosted zone when you created this bucket, or if you have not added an index document to your hosted zone, you must manually upload an index document to your bucket. To learn more about adding an index document, see Adding an Index Document to Your Hosted Zone in the Amazon Simple Storage Service User Guide. To learn more about using CloudFront with Amazon S3, see Using Amazon S3 with CloudFront in the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide. Click “Yes, Continue” on the confirmation dialog box. Then click “Create bucket” at the bottom of the page. Once your bucket is created, open your newly created bucket in your web browser and download its CloudFront manifest file (.manifest.json. On your computer, open CloudFront in another tab and skip ahead to step 5. In CloudFront, click “Get Started” in the top-right corner of your screen. On the Select Region page, choose a region in which you want to create your distribution and click “Continue”. On the Create Distribution page, do one of the fplowing. If you don’t have any existing distributions in that region. Choose “ Start from Scratch ” and then click “Continue” . You will see a list of URLs (e.g., d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net. that represent all of the distributions in that region that are associated with your AWS account (or IAM user. Select any distribution that you do not want associated with this distribution and then choose “ Do Not Use Selected Distribution ” .

If you have existing distributions in that region. Select one or more of those existing distributions from the list and then choose “Use Selected Distribution(s)” . Then click “Continue” . On the Review page, review your selections and then choose either “Create Distribution with These Settings” or “Modify Settings Before Creating Distribution” . Choose “Create Distribution with These Settings” . When you finish creating your distribution, click “Close” on the success dialog box. Now test your new distribution configuration by going back to step 2. Upload an index document to your Amazon S3 bucket by copying your S3 bucket URL into your web browser address bar. After you have uploaded an index document to your Amazon S3 bucket and have completed step 3 (above), return here and continue with Step 4a or 4b below. Note. If you have created a new hosted zone when you created this bucket, skip steps 4a and 4b below and continue at step 5 below instead. If you did not create a new hosted zone when you created this bucket, skip step 4a below and continue at step 4b below instead. On the Select Region page, choose a region in which you want to create your distribution and then click “Continue” . On the Create Distribution page, do one of the fplowing. If you need to update information about this distribution , do so now by selecting one of the fplowing options. Edit distribution settings . Change any information about this distribution that is associated with your AWS account (or IAM user. . For example, change its description or add tags .

Edit settings for caching behavior . Specify whether or not customers should receive their content from edge locations (recommended. , or if they should always receive their content from origins that are included in their request (i.e., delivery without caching. You can also choose whether or not customers should receive their content over HTTPS (recommended. , or whether they should always receive their content over HTTP . If you chose one of these options above and want to enable CORS requests , do so now by selecting one of the fplowing options. Enable CORS support . Enables support for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS. With CORS enabled , customers can send CORS requests from their apps. By default , requests that send credentials such as cookies or authorization headers are not supported . You can optionally allow customers to send these requests by selecting Allow All Requests .

Disable CORS support . Disables support for CORS requests . Without CORS enabled , customers cannot send CORS requests from their apps . On the Review page, review your selections and then choose either “Create Distribution with These Settings” or “Modify Settings Before Creating Distribution” . Choose “Create Distribution with These Settings” . When you finish creating your distribution, click “Close” on the success dialog box. Now test your new distribution configuration by going back to step 2. Go back to CloudFront in another tab and skip ahead to step 5 below. Note. If you have created a new hosted zone when you created this bucket, skip steps 4a and 4b below and continue at step 5 below instead. If you did not create a new hosted zone when you created this bucket, skip step 4a below and continue at step 4b below instead. On the Name page, enter a name for your custom origin in field provided and then click Continue . On the Configure Custom Origin page. Enter the path for the root directory for all of your website files , such as /resources/public/css/my_site_css_file_1_1 . Enter any query strings that are required by your website files , such as ?example=true . Enter any subdomain names that are required by your website files , such as www1 or www2 . Leave all other fields blank unless otherwise instructed by Amazon Web Services Support . For example, if you specified http://www3.*.*.* as part of step 6 above. Type http://www3.*.*.* into field provided to enter an optional origin server name . Type http://www3.*.*.* into field provided to enter an optional hostname . Then click Continue . On the Review page, review your selections and then choose either “Create Custom Origin with These Settings” or “Modify Settings Before Creating Custom Origin” . Choose “Create Custom Origin with These

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