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AWS Lambda

by revmischa ST2/ST3

Sublime Text 3 plugin for editing AWS Lambda function sources easily

Labels aws, lambda, amazon

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Sublime Text 3 plugin for editing AWS Lambda function sources easily.

Features:

  • Supports multiple API key profiles
  • Automatically zips and uploads new function code on buffer save
  • Can easily fetch and install PyPI package dependencies
  • Invoke function directly from inside Sublime and view all output

Setup

To use this plugin you will need to configure AWS with your access key ID and secret.

AWS CLI Credentials

If you use the AWS command-line interface you can run aws configure to set up your credentials.
They will be stored in ~/.aws/credentials.

Boto

Or you can configure boto, the official AWS python client library.
Create a file ~/.boto with your key and secret:

[Credentials]
aws_access_key_id = AKNGOINAGBQOWGQNW
aws_secret_access_key = GEIOWGNQAVIONGhg10g08GOAG/GAing2eingAn

Installing The Plugin

Sublime Package Manager

Video Instructions

Here's a short video showing how to install sublime package manager and the AWS Lambda plugin:
Installation Video

Demo Video

See it in Action!

Demo Video