Serverless Cloud Framework supports the development mode (
dev mode). For projects in development mode, you can write their code and develop and debug them more easily, as you can continuously focus on the process from development to debugging while minimizing the interruptions caused by other tasks such as packaging and update.
Under a project, you can run
scf dev to enter the development mode as shown below:
scf devis supported by only the Node.js 10 & 12.16 runtime environment.
$ scf dev serverless-cloud-framework Dev Mode - Watching your Component for changes and enabling streaming logs, if supported... Debugging listening on ws://127.0.0.1:9222. For help see https://nodejs.org/en/docs/inspector. Please open chorme, and visit chrome://inspect, click [Open dedicated DevTools for Node] to debug your code. --------------------- The realtime log --------------------- 17:13:38 - express-api-demo - deployment region: ap-guangzhou apigw: serviceId: service-b77xtixx subDomain: service-b77xtixx-12539702xx.gz.apigw.tencentcs.com environment: release url: http://service-b77xtixx-12539702xx.gz.apigw.tencentcs.com/release/ scf: functionName: express_component_6r6xkh60k runtime: Nodejs10.15 namespace: default express-api-demo › Watching
After you enter the development mode, the Serverless tool will output the deployed content and start continuous file monitoring. When a code file is updated, it will be automatically deployed again to sync the local file to the cloud.
You can press
Ctrl+C to exit the development mode, and the following result will be returned:
express-api-demo › Disabling Dev Mode & Closing ... express-api-demo › Dev Mode Closed
You can enable in-cloud debugging for projects whose runtime environment is Node.js 10. You can use a debugging tool such as Chrome DevTools or VS Code Debugger to connect to the remote environment for debugging.
SCF in-cloud debugging is currently in beta test. You are recommended to try it out and share your questions and suggestions with us.
Before using SCF in-cloud debugging, you need to note the following:
When you enter the development mode, if the project is a function whose runtime environment is Node.js 10 or above, in-cloud debugging will be automatically enabled and debugging information will be output.
For example, when you enable the development mode, if the output result contains information similar to the following content, in-cloud debugging has been enabled for this project.
Debugging listening on ws://127.0.0.1:9222. For help see https://nodejs.org/en/docs/inspector. Please open chorme, and visit chrome://inspect, click [Open dedicated DevTools for Node] to debug your code.
The following steps are used as an example to describe how to use DevTools in Chrome to connect to a remote environment for debugging:
chrome://inspect/in the address bar to access it.
localhost:9222exists in "Configure" under "Devices", which corresponds to the output after in-cloud debugging is enabled.
When you exit the development mode, in-cloud debugging will be disabled automatically.