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Get started building software with either the AWS SDK for Android or the AWS SDK for iOS. Both libraries also code samples and documentation.
Android developers using the Eclipse Java IDE can get started easily using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. The AWS Toolkit for Eclipse is a plug-in for the Eclipse Java IDE that makes it easier for developers to develop, deploy, and debug Java applications using Amazon Web Services.
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Learn how to use the AWS SDK for Android to make API requests directly from a mobile application to AWS.
Learn how to use the AWS SDK for iOS to make API requests directly from a mobile application to AWS.
The SDKs support using temporary security credentials provided by the AWS Security Token Service. The SDKs provide sample applications that demonstrate how to connect to a token vending machine (TVM) which serves as an interface to the AWS Security Token Service. The TVM retrieves the temporary security credentials from the AWS Security Token Service and distributes them to the mobile applications which can then use the credentials to access AWS resources.