Features for Mobile Apps
Secure your mobile app access to AWS resources without any server-side code. Web identity federation in AWS IAM provides an easy way to integrate Facebook, Google, or Amazon sign-in for a streamlined user experience.
Send notifications to your customers on any device by using a single API. Mobile Push in Amazon SNS makes it simple and cost-effective to push to mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, and Internet connected smart devices.
Deliver a connected mobile experience using online data. Amazon DynamoDB is a fast, fully managed NoSQL database service that makes it simple and cost-effective to store and retrieve your app data. Fine-grained access control securely isolates user data within a single DynamoDB table and enables private data storage directly from a mobile app.
Backup and share your app files online with Amazon S3. The transfer managers in the AWS mobile SDKs simplify uploading and downloading files from devices over mobile connections.
Design and code. Build and test. Run and debug.
Get started building mobile apps with either the AWS SDK for Android or the AWS SDK for iOS. Both SDKs come with libraries, as well as code samples and documentation.
Android developers using the Eclipse IDE can get started easily using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. This toolkit is an IDE plug-in that makes it easier for developers to develop, deploy, and debug Java applications using Amazon Web Services.
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