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Serverless Debugging

Live Debug Lambda functions as they execute on AWS

Now you can test and debug your serverless applications live on AWS performing step-through debugging of your Lambda functions using your own local IDE.

SLAppForge Debugger is now available for Java and Node.js.

AWS Lambda Java Debugger

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SLAppForge Debugger for Java

Now you can test and debug your serverless applications locally. Perform step-through debugging of your Lambda functions with SLAppForge Debugger for Java.

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SLAppForge Debugger for Node.js

SLAppForge Debugger for NodeJS is a toolkit that can be utilized to perform step-through debugging for the Lambda functions executing on live AWS environment, using your own local IDE.

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What is SLAppForge Debugger?

SLAppForge Sigma IDE was the first Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to make live debugging of Lambda functions running on AWS a reality. This feature was announced and made publicly available since the 24th of June 2019 for Lambda functions written in NodeJS.

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 can trigger the local IDE of a developer at a set breakpoint, anytime the breakpoint is hit while executing on AWS.

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Live debug your AWS Lambda functions in Java

Learn how to get started live degugging AWS Lambda in Java using SLAppForge Debugger.

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Live debug your AWS Lambda functions in Node.js

Learn how to get started live debugging AWS Lambda in Node.js using SLAppForge Debugger.

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