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Dan Orlando walks through a sample photo gallery application using Adobe Flex to demonstrate how to store data in Amazon S3.
Last Modified: Apr 29, 2009 15:30 PM GMT
Martin Streicher provides a practical example of how to use Amazon CloudFront and Amazon S3 to manage files for a sample Rails application.
Last Modified: Apr 7, 2009 23:29 PM GMT
Want to host Flash or Silverlight content in Amazon S3? Martin Streicher shows how to configure an Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight cross-domain policy file so you can take advantage of Amazon S3's scale.
Last Modified: Feb 5, 2009 17:02 PM GMT
Expert AWS developer Mitch Garnaat takes us through his Monster Muck Mashup application, which supercharges the process of converting video for his iPod. Mitch uses Amazon S3 for rock-solid video file storage, Amazon EC2 to rip through the video conversion, and Amazon SQS for messaging during the conversion carnage.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:18 PM GMT
Are you new to Amazon Web Services? This brief tutorial introduces you to Amazon Web Services from the eyes of a Ruby developer, walks through a simple example, and links to other helpful resources to get you started.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:16 PM GMT
Why slow your web server down by hosting media files? Craig Noeldner and AWS Evangelist Mike Culver show how to configure your domain provider to use Amazon S3 for simple, scalable media hosting.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:10 PM GMT
Mitch Garnaat boosts his massively scalable Monster Muck video conversion service by ripping out complexity and plugging in a turbo-charged logging feature, powered by Amazon SimpleDB.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:01 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
John Fronckowiak and Tom Myer team up to provide the steps for creating a simple thumbnail service built on Amazon Web Services.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 21:58 PM GMT
The second part in the two-part series on building GrepTheWeb on Amazon Web Services discusses lessons along the way.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 21:56 PM GMT
A collection of those issues that keep coming up over time. This is a must read for new Amazon S3 users and a great refresher for those developers already using the service.
Last Modified: Mar 25, 2008 20:10 PM GMT
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