AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that enables mobile and front-end web developers to build secure, scalable full stack applications, powered by AWS. With Amplify, it’s easy to create custom onboarding flows, develop voice-enabled experiences, build AI-powered real-time feeds, launch targeted campaigns, and more. No matter the use case, AWS Amplify helps you develop and release great apps your customers will love. AWS Amplify includes an open-source framework with use-case centric libraries and a powerful toolchain to create and add cloud-based features to your app, and a web hosting service to deploy static web applications.
Build innovative apps
With Amplify Libraries, you can mix and match features such as auth, data, AI/ML, or analytics to build custom onboarding flows, real-time chatbots, targeted campaigns, and more, with just a few lines of code. No matter how simple or complex your use case, Amplify gives you the tools to build innovative apps that will delight your customers.
Configure backends in minutes
Automatically set up best-in-class backends for mobile and web apps, such as authentication, storage, or APIs, powered by AWS services such as Amazon S3 or Amazon Cognito. Amplify CLI seamlessly integrates with iOS/Android IDEs and popular web frameworks, providing a guided workflow to personalize the best backend for your app in just a few simple commands.
Deploy and scale with ease
Scale your app with AWS best practices for security, reliability, and global availability built in. Access individual AWS services directly in the AWS console so you can modify them as your business grows. Deploy and host scalable static websites and single page web apps in minutes with a Git-based workflow, using AWS Amplify Console, simply by pointing to your code.
Products & features
The Amplify Framework consists of 3 components including libraries, UI components, and a CLI toolchain. Components can be used together or on their own. Organized by use case, Amplify Libraries and UI components are powered by AWS services. They are open source and work with your existing front-end frameworks (React, React Native, Angular, Vue, Ionic) and iOS/Android IDEs. The Amplify Command Line Interface (CLI) is a toolchain to create and maintain serverless backends on AWS. Configure cloud functionality by following a simple, interactive workflow for specifying app capabilities, including the data model and auth requirements.
Static web hosting
AWS Amplify Console is a static web hosting service that accelerates your application release cycle by providing a simple CI/CD workflow for building and deploying static web applications. Simply connect your application's code repository in the console, and changes to your frontend and backend are deployed in a single workflow on every code commit. A fullstack app consists of a frontend built with single page application frameworks such as React, Angular, Vue, or Gatsby and an optional backend built with cloud resources such as GraphQL or REST APIs, file and data storage.
How it works
Host Web App
“Trying out AWS Amplify... so far looking like pure magic” @thiagoleychr
“AWS Amplify is an incredible productivity boost. If you're kicking off a new web or mobile app, start here!” @rts_rob
“I'm a huge fan of Amplify hosting, it's AWS best kept secret.” @mikemacd
“Big shout out to #AWS #Amplify for making #continuous #delivery and #release of mobile and web #apps so freaking easy it’s unbelievable. Highly recommended.” @thetestlabsio
“Latest side project, @snapgig, a gig economy marketplace, is up! Happy we utilized the @AWSAmplify CLI/Console, much easier to ramp up on complex backends, perform coordinated deploys, #React/#GraphQL, auth, chat, image upload, etc. Thankful for @dabit3, great tutorials and info!” @ChrisLivdahl
“This has already saved me a good chunk of time. Thanks to fine-grained auth rules in place, I wasn't able to complete a mutation. I updated the rule and the result was immediate! I didn't have to wait for an `amplify push`! 🔥🔥🔥 Thank you @AWSAmplify team!” @mwarger
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“Been using @AWSAmplify in production for few months and have to say that it's pretty much a perfect package. Adding authentication super easy with it, and building a GraphQL API with is such a delight!” @plahteenlahti
“y’all, AWS Amplify is amazing. Set up a severless app to do whatever the heck you want in no time and with minimal elbow grease, then live your life #100DayOfCode #womenwhocode #webdev” @ohcatwhy
“I've said it many times but I'll say it again, God bless @AWSAmplify and Appsync, it makes me dev experience incredible. #aws #webdev #react #serverless” @StelseyLesser
“Digging into AWS Amplify these past few days has really started to shift my perception of how complicated I felt AWS was, into how powerful it can be.” @zslabs
“Hey, @AWSAmplify - Thank you for the love you show for @reactnative (and to some degree for @expo ). Others should follow (@Firebase , @auth0 , etc)” @oriharel
“Holy mother of god, AWS Amplify is fricking awesome. GraphQL endpoint in minutes.” @iamgraem_e
“Oh come on... AWS Amplify is in another league - That thing gives you super powers 🦸♂️” @victorhazbun