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The AWS SDK for Ruby helps you to get started building applications using AWS infrastructure services, including Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon SimpleDB, and more. This guide shows how you can start building Ruby and Rails applications on the Amazon Web Services platform with the AWS Ruby gem.
Last Modified: Apr 29, 2014 16:10 PM GMT
Create HTML POST forms that allow your web site visitors to upload files into your S3 account using a standard web browser.
Last Modified: Jan 30, 2013 2:19 AM GMT
Learn how to launch your Facebook application on Amazon Web Services cloud infrastructure within minutes. A Facebook application—whether it is online casual game or social application—is a hosted web application that utilizes the Facebook API. You can host your Facebook applications on AWS to access a reliable, scalable, and cost-effective compute infrastructure.
Last Modified: Sep 22, 2011 0:10 AM GMT
This document provides a quick guide on how to use Elastic MapReduce to develop, debug, and run job flows that have multiple steps.
Last Modified: Jul 9, 2010 19:35 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
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
Martin Rehfeld shows you how to seamlessly leverage Amazon SimpleDB for your Ruby on Rails application using the Rails ActiveResource framework.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:04 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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