🚀 Project Update:

Lambda API: v0.10.5 Released

Lambda API v0.10.5 has been released to fix a few minor bugs around ALB query string decoding and TypeScript definitions. Plus a new feature that allows you to disable error logging. Read More...
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Serverless MySQL: v1.5.3 released

This update includes a number of fixes from the community including exporting the escape function, standardizing quotations in a maintenance query, and adding a retry on PROTOCOL_CONNECTION_LOST errors to resolve the zombie cleanup race condition. Read More...
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Serverless MySQL: v1.5.2 released

Added a retry for another error that is resetting connections (this should fix the issues in #57 and #62) as well as some minor documentation and dependency updates. Read More...
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Data API Client: v1.0.1 Released

There was an issue with batch records via standard queries versus those wrapped in transactions. v1.0.1 includes a patch that checks the arguments and conditionally flattens the array for proper handling in each context. Read More...
🚀 Project Update:

Lambda API: v0.10.3 Released

Lambda API v0.10.3 has been released to fix a few minor bugs around route prefixing and base64Encoding (thanks @Sleavely and @btakita), and to add a whitelist for headers on error cases (@hussfelt). Read More...
🚀 Project Update:

Lambda API: v0.10.2 Released

Lambda API v0.10.2 has been released to add additional TypeScript support (@maxmellen), fix an issue with multiValueHeaders containing a null value (@stawecki), and support for overriding console.log for logging output (@Sleavely). Read More...
🚀 Project Update:

Serverless MySQL: v1.5.0 released

Serverless MySQL v1.5.0 is a maintenance/security update that also adds a new feature to transaction handling allowing you to return null queries to simplify conditional transaction workflows. Read More...
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Serverless MySQL: v1.4.0 Released

Thanks to contributions from the community, Serverless MySQL v1.4.0 adds the ability to bring your own MySQL and Promise libraries, an enhancement that lets you use multiple instances, and some more TypeScript updates. Read More...

Developing Serverless Applications Locally with the “serverless-cloudside-plugin”

Developing and testing serverless applications locally can be a challenge. Even with tools like SAM and the Serverless Framework, you often end up mocking your cloud resources, or resorting to tricks (like using pseudo-variables) to build ARNs and service endpoint URLs manually. While these workarounds may have the desired result, they also complicate our configuration files with (potentially brittle) user-constructed strings, which duplicates information already available to CloudFormation.

This is a common problem for me and other serverless developers I know. So I decided to come up with a solution.

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