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Communication on the Internet is susceptible to eavesdropping and malicious tampering. Amazon Web Services recommends you take action to protect the API requests you send.
Last Modified: Jul 6, 2009 16:53 PM GMT
The 2008-09-17 version of the Amazon Flexible Payments Service (FPS) represents a major reorganization of this product. This guide summarizes the changes and shows you how to map previous functionality to current functionality.
Last Modified: Feb 18, 2009 17:36 PM GMT
The PAWS Marketplace is a proof-of-concept Ruby on Rails web application that runs entirely on Amazon Web Services. The application’s web site allows anyone with an Amazon Payments account to buy or sell digital products, while the marketplace’s owner earns commissions for the sales it performs. In addition to serving as an example marketplace implementation, this application is interesting because it uses the SimpleDB service to store its data, instead of a traditional relational database.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 21:58 PM GMT
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