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The token vending machine (TVM) is a server-based reference application that serves temporary credentials to remote clients to sign web requests to Amazon Web Services (AWS). The TVM is particularly useful for mobile client devices that use temporary credentials to access AWS. Both the AWS SDK for Android and the AWS SDK for iOS provide a sample client, which your mobile application can use to access the TVM and receive security tokens.
Last Modified: Oct 11, 2013 16:42 PM GMT
The token vending machine (TVM) is a server-based reference application that serves temporary credentials to remote clients to sign web requests to Amazon Web Services (AWS). The TVM is particularly useful for mobile client devices that use temporary credentials to access AWS. Both the AWS SDK for Android and the AWS SDK for iOS provide a sample client, which your mobile application can use to access the TVM and receive security tokens.
Last Modified: Mar 28, 2013 20:51 PM GMT
This set of permissions provides full access to AWS services and resources.
Last Modified: Nov 8, 2012 18:38 PM GMT
The Spot Notifications sample application demonstrates a way to monitor information about your usage of Amazon EC2 Spot Instances.
Last Modified: Jun 8, 2012 2:12 AM GMT
This set of permissions provides read only access to AWS services and resources. (For example in S3, Users can read files in buckets but cannot create buckets or upload files). Note: As new api's are released, as long as the API's start out with 'describe' then this permission will provide access to the new API as well.
Last Modified: Dec 22, 2010 18:17 PM GMT
This set of permissions provides full access to AWS services and resources but restricts access to managing Users and groups.
Last Modified: Dec 22, 2010 18:05 PM GMT
PHP Library for Amazon SimpleDB
Last Modified: Sep 29, 2010 0:46 AM GMT
AWS developer Timothy Kay put together this command-line tool that provides easy command-line access to Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3. The tool is designed to be simple to install and simple to use.
Last Modified: Sep 15, 2010 20:50 PM GMT
APIS on top of Typica for Simple DB and SQS-Main Features - Java to Simple DB binding and Utilities for SQS and S3
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:40 PM GMT
Super SimpleDB is a simple script in PHP, easy to understand, modify and improve, designed to bring back the word "simple" to the Amazon Web Service SimpleDB. With this script you can use the same MySQL sentences you already know.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:38 PM GMT
PHP sample library for accessing SimpleDB in PHP. The samples include all SimpleDB calls as well as the new ConsistentRead = True and Conditional Put and Delete. The sample set also includes a basic SimpleDB backup/restore to S3 as well as a basic MP3 DB including uploading to the files to S3.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:36 PM GMT
Rain Toolkit is a set of command line tools that makes it easier to manage Amazon EC2 resources (virtual machines, volumes, snapshots etc.)
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:35 PM GMT
fog
The Ruby cloud computing library.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:34 PM GMT
Mono compatible library with set of primitives to work with scalable table, queue and block containers with corresponding implementations for Amazon SimpleDB, SQS and S3. Additionally includes local machine (file system and SQLite) implementations to enable debugging and testing.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:25 PM GMT
Mono compatible library with set of primitives to work with scalable table, queue and block containers with corresponding implementations for Amazon SimpleDB, SQS and S3. Additionally includes local machine (file system and SQLite) implementations to enable debugging and testing. Additionally includes Amazon Web Services Shell (AwsSh) command line utility that enables interactive access to Amazon SimpleDB, SQS and S3.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:23 PM GMT
Dasein Cloud is a cloud abstraction API for Java that enables you to write and compile your Java application once and have it talk to similar services across all clouds.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:23 PM GMT
Complete ObjectiveC implementation using Signature Method 2, includes example program with predefined test inputs.
Last Modified: Aug 16, 2010 17:10 PM GMT
A Python library to Amazon Web Services.
Last Modified: Jul 26, 2010 17:02 PM GMT
Mono compatible .NET/C# library with set of primitives to work with table, queue and block containers with corresponding implementations for Amazon SimpleDB, SQS and S3. Additionally includes local machine (file system and SQLite) implementations to enable debugging and testing. Implemented in C# 3.0 programming language. Additionally includes Amazon Web Services Shell (AwsSh) command line utility for interactive access to Amazon SimpleDB, SQS and S3 services.
Last Modified: May 25, 2010 16:39 PM GMT
An open source library (AWSDrivers) for AWS written in Groovy. Java and Groovy projects can get started using S3, SQS, and SDB with a simple interface to AWS.
Last Modified: May 6, 2010 15:14 PM GMT
A Java library for Amazon SimpleDB.
Last Modified: Apr 6, 2010 20:32 PM GMT
A Java client library for Amazon SQS, Amazon EC2, Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon FPS and Amazon DevPay
Last Modified: Mar 31, 2010 17:25 PM GMT
A C# code sample that demonstrates how to use the Amazon SimpleDB consistent read feature using a fictional company, called PennyStorm, that offers a penny auction to its customers.
Last Modified: Mar 31, 2010 16:55 PM GMT
Simple Savant is an object-persistence framework designed explicitly for Amazon SimpleDB and written in C#. It supports .NET-style parameterized selects; asynchronous operations; lexicographical date and number formats; integrated caching; full-text indexing and more.
Last Modified: Feb 27, 2010 19:42 PM GMT
A simple HTML and Javascript application that allows you to explore the Amazon SimpleDB API without writing any code.
Last Modified: Feb 25, 2010 18:38 PM GMT
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