Serverless Local Dev Server Plugin With Multi Project Support
This is a fork of the Local Dev Server Plugin from DieProduktMacher/serverless-local-dev-server
This plugin exposes Alexa-Skill, Schedule, and HTTP events as local HTTP endpoints, removing the need to deploy every code change to AWS Lambda. You can connect these endpoints to Alexa, Facebook Messenger or other services via forwardhq, ngrok or any other forwarding service.
httpevents as local HTTP endpoints
- Environment variables
- Basic HTTP integration
1. Install the plugin
yarn add @kalarrs/serverless-local-dev-server --dev
2. Add the plugin to your serverless project configuration file
serverless.yml configuration example:
provider: name: aws runtime: nodejs8.10 functions: hello: handler: handler.hello events: - alexaSkill - http: GET /hello - schedule: rate(1 day) # Add serverless-local-dev-server to your plugins: plugins: - "@kalarrs/serverless-local-dev-server" custom: # optional: add folder for serving static files (relative to service path) localDevStaticFolder: path/to/static/files # optional: set the port the server starts on localDevPort: 5000 # optional: set the path name for schedule to be in local vs utc localDevScheduleShowLocalTime: true
3. Start the server
On default the server listens on port 5005. You can specify another one with the --port argument:
serverless local-dev-server --port 5000
You can also set the port in the serverless.yml
To see responses returned from Lambda and stack traces, prepend SLS_DEBUG=*
SLS_DEBUG=* serverless local-http-server
4. For Alexa Skills
4.1 Share localhost with the internet
For example with forwardhq:
4.2 Configure AWS to use your HTTPS endpoint
In the Configuration pane, select HTTPS as service endpoint type and specify the forwarded endpoint URL.
As method for SSL Certificate validation select My development endpoint is a sub-domain of a domain that has a wildcard certificate from a certificate authority.
License & Credits
Licensed under the MIT license.