How to use the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) with LocalStack.
LocalStack supports a wide range of tools from the cloud development ecosystem. This section of the documentation covers tools that are officially supported by LocalStack.
The Cloud Development Ecosystem
Cloud development has many facets and a rich ecosystem of tools to cover them. Whether you are using Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) to manage your AWS infrastructure, or are developing applications using AWS SDKs like boto, LocalStack allows you to run your workflow completely on your local machine.
We strive to make the integration of LocalStack into your workflow as seamless as possible.
Sometimes it’s as easy as calling one of our wrapper tools, like
awslocal, a drop-in replacement for the
Other times there is a bit of configuration involved.
Here is a list of tools we support, and documentation on how to integrate LocalStack:
Use the Serverless Framework with LocalStack
Use Spring Cloud Function framework with LocalStack
Use the Architect Infrastructure as Code framework with LocalStack
Build, Release and Operate Containerized Applications on AWS with AWS Copilot CLI
Use the Terraform Infrastructure as Code framework with LocalStack
Use the AWS SAM (Serverless Application Model) with LocalStack
Use the AWS CDK (Cloud Development Kit) with LocalStack
Use the Pulumi Infrastructure as Code framework with LocalStack
Using LocalStack lambda with self-managed Kafka cluster
Understanding the usage of AWS Chalice with LocalStack
Use GitPod’s fully automated, ephemeral workspaces to develop & test your cloud applications with LocalStack
How to use your favorite cloud development SDK with LocalStack.
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