It has been a busy few weeks for sls-dev-tools. The tool is now in version 1.1.6, gaining a host of new features since last time, such as Lambda invocation, startup wizards, and displaying more information on all your Lambdas. Additionally, we launched on ProductHunt this week, and the toolkit has gained a new addition, sls-dev-tools Guardian!
For those who haven’t heard of it, sls-dev-tools aims at becoming the equivalent of Chrome Dev Tools for the Serverless World. …
This week we’re extremely happy to announce that sls-dev-tools is officially in v1.0.0. The tool has come a really long way, providing statistics for all your Lambdas, allowing you to deploy them in a single keypress, having full support for the EventBridge Schema Registry, and a host of other shortcuts focusing on making the serverless development experience as smooth as possible.
This week, sls-dev-tools adds support for the EventBridge Schema Registry, with the aim to reduce the amount of time you spend in the AWS console downloading event schemas, and get you straight to injecting events.
Additionally, we had another community contribution from Serkan Ozal from Thundra (@serkan_ozal) to show you your function runtimes! If there’s a feature or change you want to see in sls-dev-tools and you know how you want to do it, we’d love for you to submit a PR and feature you in our next article.
For those who haven’t heard of it, sls-dev-tools is an…
We have a bunch of new features in our second post alpha iteration of sls-dev-tools, with the introduction of support for EventBridge Injection as well as stack & function deployment from inside the tool.
For those who haven’t heard of it, sls-dev-tools is an opensource project that aims at becoming the equivalent of Chrome Dev Tools for the Serverless World. Our goal is to provide the Serverless community with metrics, logs and feedback directly in the terminal, eliminating the need to constantly jump to the AWS Console.