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Category: Front-End Web & Mobile

Power Your AWS Application with Customer Bank Data and Payments Using Yapily APIs

Open banking is revolutionizing financial services and companies like Yapily are at the forefront of this new wave of innovation. Learn how to build and deploy a basic application on AWS in a few simple steps using the Yapily Bank Connector. We’ll demonstrate how an end user would select their bank from a list, securely connect to that bank and give consent to either share data or make a payment. Connecting to thousands of banks, Yapily uses a secure open API to power industry leaders in financial services.

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How to Build a Fintech App on AWS Using the Plaid API  

Open Finance initiatives have been gaining momentum across the world. These initiatives require that banks provide access to customer data through a common, open API for third-party applications, which are referred to as fintech apps. Learn how to build and deploy a basic fintech app on AWS in under an hour by using the Plaid Link API. This app allows users to sign up, log in, select their bank from a list, connect to that bank, and display the latest transactions.

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How Braze on AWS Helps the American Cancer Society Drive Increased Donations

To build even stronger relationships with their audience, the American Cancer Society sought a way to interact with users and drive increased app usage and donations. To get there, they teamed up with Braze, which has been providing brands with built-for-purpose customer engagement capabilities since 2011. The Braze platform makes messages feel more like conversations between you and your customers across channels such as push notifications, email, in-app messages, and more.

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