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With the help of SLAppForge Debugger now you can debug Lambda functions live as they execute on AWS.
SLAppForge Debugger for Java.
SLAppForge Debugger for Java is announced today to coincide with AWS re:Invent 2019, and offers the vast numbers of Java developers moving enterprise applications to AWS Lambda, to debug Java functions with their favourite IDE – exactly the same way they remotely debugged traditional on-premise applications.
The ability to live debug AWS Lambda functions is a game changer for developers, as they need not depend on offline log files or traces, and other help provided by observability tools or solutions, which only records information of a Lambda function that has usually completed its execution. Instead, the SLAppForge Debugger for Java can trigger the local IDE of a developer at a set breakpoint, anytime the breakpoint is hit while executing on AWS.
To register for early access beta program, please register through the form by providing your AWS Account or Organization ID, for which access is desired. Once your request is approved, your AWS account will be granted permission to use the layer used during the beta program.
Sigma IDE now provides new python support & live “Debug Mode” features to ease all cloud based serverless application development requirements.
Sigma is now capable of
SLAppForge Sigma IDE has been providing the capability to test and verify your AWS Lambda code within the same AWS account before it is deployed as an actual AWS Lambda function. Enhancing this capability further, Sigma is now capable of invoking these test executions in “Debug Mode”, so the developer can fine-tune and find any issues in the code without spending much time and effort.
When a function test is invoked in Debug Mode, Sigma will give you a unique Debug URL. You can simply copy this URL and open it in Google Chrome. Once the Chrome DevTools Debugger is connected successfully with the AWS test Lambda environment via the provided URL, you have the freedom to debug the Lambda code; just like debugging a local application running on the browser, or any remote NodeJS process.
Sigma introduces support for
Sigma IDE now supports Python as a programming language. When creating a new function, you can pick Python as the desired runtime, and then write, test and deploy your function in Python. This also supports simple drag-n-drop Python code generation for some of the AWS services, and you can always write your own code to invoke any other desired APIs – AWS or otherwise.
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