In part 5 of the "CDK tips" series, we talk about one of the most fundamental rules of using the CDK effectively, which is an especially huge mindset shift if you have previously worked with CloudFormation. That rule is: in your CDK code, you should always have a separate instance of the Stack class for each stack that is actually deployed to an AWS account.
In the third part of the Truffle tutorial, we learn how to implement specializations in a much easier way than writing each of the cases by hand, with the help of the Truffle DSL.
In part 4 of the "CDK tips" series, we show how to migrate an already existing CloudFormation Stack to be managed by the Cloud Development Kit.
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