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// JSHint Default Configuration File (as on JSHint website)
// See for more details
"maxerr" : 50, // {int} Maximum error before stopping
// Enforcing
"bitwise" : false, // true: Prohibit bitwise operators (&, |, ^, etc.)
"camelcase" : false, // true: Identifiers must be in camelCase
"curly" : false, // true: Require {} for every new block or scope
"eqeqeq" : true, // true: Require triple equals (===) for comparison
"forin" : true, // true: Require filtering loops with obj.hasOwnProperty()
"immed" : false, // true: Require immediate invocations to be wrapped in parens e.g. `(function () { } ());`
"indent" : false, // {int} Number of spaces to use for indentation
"latedef" : false, // true: Require variables/functions to be defined before being used
"newcap" : false, // true: Require capitalization of all constructor functions e.g. `new F()`
"noarg" : true, // true: Prohibit use of `arguments.caller` and `arguments.callee`
"noempty" : true, // true: Prohibit use of empty blocks
"nonew" : false, // true: Prohibit use of constructors for side-effects (without assignment)
"plusplus" : false, // true: Prohibit use of `++` & `--`
"quotmark" : "single", // Quotation mark consistency:
// false : do nothing (default)
// true : ensure whatever is used is consistent
// "single" : require single quotes
// "double" : require double quotes
"undef" : true, // true: Require all non-global variables to be declared (prevents global leaks)
"unused" : true, // true: Require all defined variables be used
"strict" : false, // true: Requires all functions run in ES5 Strict Mode
"maxparams" : false, // {int} Max number of formal params allowed per function
"maxdepth" : false, // {int} Max depth of nested blocks (within functions)
"maxstatements" : false, // {int} Max number statements per function
"maxcomplexity" : false, // {int} Max cyclomatic complexity per function
"maxlen" : false, // {int} Max number of characters per line
// Relaxing
"asi" : false, // true: Tolerate Automatic Semicolon Insertion (no semicolons)
"boss" : false, // true: Tolerate assignments where comparisons would be expected
"debug" : false, // true: Allow debugger statements e.g. browser breakpoints.
"eqnull" : false, // true: Tolerate use of `== null`
"es5" : false, // true: Allow ES5 syntax (ex: getters and setters)
"esnext" : false, // true: Allow (ES6) syntax (ex: `const`)
"moz" : false, // true: Allow Mozilla specific syntax (extends and overrides esnext features)
// (ex: `for each`, multiple try/catch, function expression…)
"evil" : false, // true: Tolerate use of `eval` and `new Function()`
"expr" : false, // true: Tolerate `ExpressionStatement` as Programs
"funcscope" : false, // true: Tolerate defining variables inside control statements
"globalstrict" : false, // true: Allow global "use strict" (also enables 'strict')
"iterator" : false, // true: Tolerate using the `__iterator__` property
"lastsemic" : false, // true: Tolerate omitting a semicolon for the last statement of a 1-line block
"laxbreak" : false, // true: Tolerate possibly unsafe line breakings
"laxcomma" : false, // true: Tolerate comma-first style coding
"loopfunc" : false, // true: Tolerate functions being defined in loops
"multistr" : false, // true: Tolerate multi-line strings
"proto" : false, // true: Tolerate using the `__proto__` property
"scripturl" : false, // true: Tolerate script-targeted URLs
"shadow" : false, // true: Allows re-define variables later in code e.g. `var x=1; x=2;`
"sub" : true, // true: Tolerate using `[]` notation when it can still be expressed in dot notation
"supernew" : false, // true: Tolerate `new function () { ... };` and `new Object;`
"validthis" : false, // true: Tolerate using this in a non-constructor function
// Environments
"browser" : true, // Web Browser (window, document, etc)
"node" : true, // Node.js
"nonstandard" : true, // Widely adopted globals (escape, unescape, etc)
// Custom Globals
"globals" : {} // additional predefined global variables
# Contributing to the AWS SDK for JavaScript
We work hard to provide a high-quality and useful SDK, and we greatly value
feedback and contributions from our community. Whether it's a bug report,
new feature, correction, or additional documentation, we welcome your issues
and pull requests. Please read through this document before submitting any
issues or pull requests to ensure we have all the necessary information to
effectively respond to your bug report or contribution.
## Filing Bug Reports
You can file bug reports against the SDK on the [GitHub issues][issues] page.
If you are filing a report for a bug or regression in the SDK, it's extremely
helpful to provide as much information as possible when opening the original
issue. This helps us reproduce and investigate the possible bug without having
to wait for this extra information to be provided. Please read the following
guidelines prior to filing a bug report.
1. Search through existing [issues][] to ensure that your specific issue has
not yet been reported. If it is a common issue, it is likely there is
already a bug report for your problem.
2. Ensure that you have tested the latest version of the SDK. Although you
may have an issue against an older version of the SDK, we cannot provide
bug fixes for old versions. It's also possible that the bug may have been
fixed in the latest release.
3. Provide as much information about your environment, SDK version, and
relevant dependencies as possible. For example, let us know what version
of Node.js you are using, or if it's a browser issue, which browser you
are using. If the issue only occurs with a specific dependency loaded,
please provide that dependency name and version.
4. Provide a minimal test case that reproduces your issue or any error
information you related to your problem. We can provide feedback much
more quickly if we know what operations you are calling in the SDK. If
you cannot provide a full test case, provide as much code as you can
to help us diagnose the problem. Any relevant information should be provided
as well, like whether this is a persistent issue, or if it only occurs
some of the time.
## Submitting Pull Requests
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Please be aware of the following notes prior to opening a pull request:
1. The SDK is released under the [Apache license][license]. Any code you submit
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AWS SDK for JavaScript
Copyright 2012-2014, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
This product includes software developed at
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (
# AWS SDK for JavaScript
[![Gitter chat](](
[![Version](]( [![Build Status](]( [![Coverage Status](](
The official AWS SDK for JavaScript, available for browsers and mobile devices,
or Node.js backends
Release notes can be found at
<p class="note">
If you are upgrading from 1.x to 2.0 of the SDK, please see
the {} notes for information on how to migrate existing code
to work with the new major version.
## Installing
### In the Browser
To use the SDK in the browser, simply add the following script tag to your
HTML pages:
<script src=""></script>
The AWS SDK is also compatible with [browserify](
### In Node.js
The preferred way to install the AWS SDK for Node.js is to use the
[npm]( package manager for Node.js. Simply type the following
into a terminal window:
npm install aws-sdk
## Usage and Getting Started
You can find a getting started guide at:
## Supported Services
<p class="note"><strong>Note</strong>:
Although all services are supported in the browser version of the SDK,
not all of the services are available in the default hosted build (using the
script tag provided above). A list of services in the hosted build are provided
in the "<a href="">Working With Services</a>"
section of the browser SDK guide, including instructions on how to build a
custom version of the SDK with extra services.
The SDK currently supports the following services:
<th>Service Name</th>
<th>Class Name</th>
<th>API Version</th>
<tr><td>Amazon CloudFront</td><td>AWS.CloudFront</td><td>2014-10-21</td></tr>
<tr><td>Amazon CloudSearch</td><td>AWS.CloudSearch</td><td>2013-01-01</td></tr>
<tr><td>Amazon CloudSearch Domain</td><td>AWS.CloudSearchDomain</td><td>2013-01-01</td></tr>
<tr><td>Amazon CloudWatch</td><td>AWS.CloudWatch</td><td>2010-08-01</td></tr>
<tr><td>Amazon CloudWatch Logs</td><td>AWS.CloudWatchLogs</td><td>2014-03-28</td></tr>