Four New Articles in the Resource Center
As part of our new Developer Voice program, we have been working with members of the AWS developer community to create some new content for the Resource Center. Here are the first four articles:
- Building a Web Application with Ruby on Rails and Amazon S3 – This article provides a tutorial on integrating the Amazon S3 REST API for Ruby with the Ruby on Rails web application framework to create a web management user interface for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
- Building a Struts-Based Web Application on Amazon S3 – This article provides a tutorial on integrating the Amazon S3 REST API for Java with the Struts web application framework to create a web management user interface to the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
- Integrating Amazon Mechanical Turk into Windows Workflow Foundation – With Amazon Mechanical Turk, you can easily outsource tasks that are considered difficult for the computer, but easy for a person. These tasks are called Human Intelligence Tasks (HITs). Amazon Mechanical Turk takes care of the outsourcing, but how can you integrate these tasks in your workflow?
- Making Money with Amazon ECS, the Associates Program, and PHP – Amazon E-Commerce Service (Amazon ECS) offers a flexible view into the enormous amount of information that Amazon offers. By using this data in creative ways on your site, you can entice more visitors to purchase your merchandise. Your payoff comes when you tie in your Amazon Associates tag to each one of these purchases.
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