cloud-functions-emulator - A local emulator for Google Cloud Functions that allows you to deploy, run, and debug your Cloud Functions on your local machine before deploying them to the production Google Cloud Functions service

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Disclaimer: This is not an official Google product.The Google Cloud Functions Emulator is a Node.js application that implements the Google Cloud Functions API, and includes a CLI with which you can manage the application.

https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/cloud-functions-emulator/wiki
https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/cloud-functions-emulator

Dependencies:

@google-cloud/storage : 1.2.1
adm-zip : 0.4.7
ajv : 5.2.2
body-parser : 1.17.2
cli-table2 : 0.2.0
colors : 1.1.2
configstore : 3.1.1
express : 4.15.4
google-proto-files : 0.12.1
googleapis : 20.1.0
got : 7.1.0
grpc : 1.4.1
http-proxy : 1.16.2
lodash : 4.17.4
prompt : 1.0.0
rimraf : 2.6.1
semver : 5.4.1
serializerr : 1.0.3
tmp : 0.0.33
uuid : 3.1.0
winston : 2.3.1
yargs : 8.0.2

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