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SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Workshops

This repository contains a collection of workshops and other hands on content that will guide you on how to utilize SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Toolkit to remote debug live running AWS Lambda functions.

Prerequisites

As a prerequisite for using the SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Toolkit for these workshops, you should obtain an access key pair from the SLAppForge Access Key Manager. For that please follow the below mentioned steps.

  • Visit SLAppForge Access Key Manager and login with your SLAppForge Sigma account credentials. If you don't have a Sigma account yet, you can register for a free account from here.

  • Once login, you can click on the GENERATE KEY button to generate set of credentials to be used with SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Toolkit.

Access Key Manager Key Generation

  • Then you will be presented with a set of credentials as follows, and you can re-generate a new secret again at any time. You may copy these Access Key and Access Secret to be used during the workshops later.

Access Key Manager Generated Keys


Workshops

Java Lambda Debugging

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This workshop shows how to setup SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Toolkit for live debugging Java based Lambda functions with IDEs such as IntelliJ IDEA and Eclipse.

NodeJS Lambda Debugging

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This workshop shows how to setup SLAppForge Lambda Debugging Toolkit for live debugging NodeJS based Lambda functions with IDEs such as WebStorm,IntelliJ IDEA and Visual Studio Code.

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