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We offer you Sigma; first completely browser-based IDE,
purpose-built for simplifying serverless development.
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“The Sigma hybrid IDE is the simplest way to build microservice applications.
The ability to quickly deploy and configure cloud resources directly from IDE accelerates the development process and enables our users to build prototypes much more quickly than they could otherwise.
Sigma is revolutionary for the development of microservice applications. The SLAppForge team is fast, responsive, professional and talented. Very pleased with their delivery.”
CTO | Fintech Sandpit Limited
Faster Serverless Adoption
Lack of development tools available to adopt serverless technologies in the market, and the seamless user-friendly experience, are the very reasons for Sigma becoming the de-facto choice for serverless development among both freelance and corporates.
Rich set of features
As a developer you are facilitated with features to code, test, debug build and monitor your application within a single platform without any hassle. Sigma encapsulates the complexity of serverless paradigm, simplifying it for beginners and experts alike.
We asked what changed for the better.
Here’s what they had to say:
The UI is nice, but not always works as expected. – It would be great if you are able to change the width of the left block. Especially the project folder tree view, because is hard to see the filenames if you have a couple nested folders. – Also have the ability to arrange files side by side. – it could have an option for managing resources, for example tables by creating a schema (useful even in schemaless DBs). In the documentation appears a button to edit resources, but is missing. I’m not able to edit resources from the resource tab. – in general the IDE is amazing. Great job!
pretty close to perfect, a search feature might be nice because sometimes I am not sure if a feature does not exist, or if I just cannot find it. Renaming for example, or the method selection pane, is that depreciated or just well hidden? not sure as of right now. But overall it is a clean design and it looks good, I would change little.
It would be nice to have more tutorials, how-tos, and code examples. I’m not sure yet how the version control works, if I change something in GitHub, what happens in Sigma? Another idea is to make something like they did on the YT video “The serverless full stack – Glynn Bird – Codemotion Amsterdam 2018” but building everything on Sigma, step by step. And personally I’d love to be able to work on the front-end as well. Maybe implementing something like the Atom/Brackets editor, or more along the line of “drag&drop”, something more visual like Figma or Carrd.co editor.
This is great!! Would love addition of Python Support.
Venkat Ram Rao
Good job guys, really good job. Biggest issue I have is the triggers part which I already mentioned.
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Focusing on driving all industries to Think Serverless, we continue to grow in terms of quality rather than mere quantity, when catering its client base scattered around the world.
The clientele – which consists of individual developers and two key corporate players representing IT and FinTech sectors – have played a vital role, contributing towards the continuous enhancements introduced to the IDE.