AWS News Blog

Category: Announcements

TicTap Konfabulator Widget

Konfabulator is a desktop host for small, special purpose JavaScripts that are known as Widgets. The cool folks over at TicTap have released a free Konfabulator Widget with support for searching Amazon.com with a single click, sending information to a mobile phone using SMS, and searching for songs and podcasts. To use this widget, first […]

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We’ve been Scobleized!

Photo: Phil H. Webber/Seattle Post-Intelligencer Microsoft’s Robert Scoble paid a visit to the Amazon office in Seattle earlier this week. If you are coming to this blog as a result of Robert’s blog entry, thanks for coming, and welcome. Robert interviewed Jeff Barr and Steve Rabuchin of the Amazon Web Services Developer Relations team. We […]

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Amazon Store for Dot Net Nuke

Dot Net Nuke is a free, open-source content management system (CMS) for the Microsoft ASP.Net platform. The WCC Amazon Portal is an instant Amazon store for DotNetNuke. Using AWS, product data and images are integrated seamlessly into DotNetNuke pages for a professional presentation and a smooth user experience. the product supports every locale supported by […]

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Developer Token Validation

We are in the process of rolling out Developer Token validation for ECS 3.0 today. As we have been saying for a while now, if you don’t pass in a valid developer token, your ECS requests are going to fail. Read more at the Developer Token Validation FAQ.

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AWS Wins a Codie Award

Hundreds of software and information industry executives honored their peers at the 20th annual SIIA Codie Awards banquet at Universal Studios Globe Theatre. In its first appearance at the event, Amazon Web Services took home the award for “Best Web Services Solution”, which AWS evangelist Jeff Barr proudly accepted on behalf of the team. This […]

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AWS Java DAO Integration Project

There’s a new AWS Integration project on sourceforge.net. Here are the goals: The AWS Integration project provides a Java DAO layer to client applications making the Amazon Web Services (AWS) even easier to use, especially for J2EE developers. Using the integration API, you don’t have to work with the web services directly, or even through […]

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Important: Developer Token Validation

To continue to provide high-quality, reliable and secure web services, ECS will enforce a stricter Developer Token validation policy. Please check that you are passing in a valid Developer Token with your request. If you are using an invalid Developer Token, you will need to replace it with a valid Subscription ID. For help, visit […]

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Simple Queue Service Beta 2

The Simple Queue Service has been updated with performance and bugs fixes, most of it driven from the developer community that has helped shape it since its introduction in November, 2004. The Amazon Simple Queue Service Beta 2 provides a means for web service applications to quickly and reliably queue resources generated by a component […]

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