Stackery today announced a plug-in capability that will allow developers to build and debug code destined to run on the Lambda serverless computing service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) from within an integrated development environment (IDE) running on a local machine. Company CTO Chase Douglas said the latest Stackery tool can be dropped into any IDE, either via a Stackery VS Code Serverless Tools Plug-In that automates installation or a manual installation process, regardless of the programming language being employed. The goal is to make it easier for DevOps teams to construct workflows that include AWS serverless computing frameworks, which now are expanding rapidly, he said. In total, the Stackery tools can invoke any one of 86 AWS CloudFormation-compatible resources.



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