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AWS Toolkits for Eclipse and Visual Studio Now Support DynamoDB

by Jeff Barr | on | in Amazon DynamoDB, Developer Tools | | Comments

The AWS Toolkit for Eclipse and and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio now support Amazon DynamoDB.You can create tables, insert and edit data, initiate table scans, and more.

Here are some screen shots from the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio.

Create a table:

Edit a multi-valued attribute:

Set up a table scan:

The AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio also contains the latest and greatest version of the AWS SDK for .NET. This version of the SDK includes support for Amazon DynamoDB, in the form of the Amazon.DynamoDB.DocumentModel and Amazon.DynamoDB.TableModel classes and namespaces. More information about the updates to the SDK can be found in the release notes.

Similarly, the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse contains the latest and greatest version of the AWS SDK for Java. This SDK also includes support for Amazon DynamoDB, Per the release notes, you can use the AmazonDynamoDBClient object to send requests directly to Amazon DynamoDB, or you can use the high-level API in the AWS SDK for Java to annotate your Java objects and automatically map them into Amazon DynamoDB.

— Jeff;