AWS Developer Tools Blog

Important changes coming for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.5 targets of the AWS SDK for .NET

Starting August 15th 2024, the AWS SDK for .NET will end support for .NET Framework 3.5 and will change the minimum .NET Framework version to 4.6.2. Motivation .NET Framework 3.5 was released in 2007 when AWS was in its early stages with just a handful of services. Since then, the complexity of cloud applications and […]

New: Default Payload Compression for Amazon CloudWatch PutMetricData with the AWS SDKs

The AWS SDKs and Tools team is excited to announce support for request compression for the PutMetricData operation of Amazon CloudWatch. When publishing metrics to CloudWatch, the AWS SDKs will now automatically compress the metric data to reduce bandwidth utilization and latency. Motivation Compressing request payloads on the client prior to sending them to a […]

Announcing RBS support for AWS SDK for Ruby V3

RBS is a language to describe the structure of Ruby programs. We are happy to announce that AWS SDK for Ruby V3 now supports RBS type signatures! RBS support is released in aws-sdk-core version 3.191.0 and in every service gem (such as aws-sdk-s3) that depends on this version of core. RBS signatures are currently code […]

Announcing end-of-support for AWS SDK for Java v1.x effective December 31, 2025.

Announcing end-of-support for AWS SDK for Java v1.x effective December 31, 2025

In alignment with our SDKs and Tools Maintenance Policy, the AWS SDK for Java v1.x will enter maintenance mode on July 31, 2024, and reach end-of-support on December 31, 2025. Existing applications that use AWS SDK for Java v1.x will continue to function as intended, unless there is a fundamental change to how an AWS […]

macOS support policy updates for the AWS CLI v2

Overview Today, Amazon Web Services is announcing the official macOS version support policy for the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) v2. On 2024-06-20, the AWS CLI v2 PKG installer and source distribution bundle will no longer support macOS versions 10.14 (Mojave) and prior. We may discontinue support sooner if it’s necessary to respond to […]

Introducing the AWS SDK for Rust

Announcing general availability of the AWS SDK for Rust

We’re excited to announce that the AWS SDK for Rust is now generally available and supported for production use. The AWS SDK for Rust provides an idiomatic, type-safe API, along with the benefits of the Rust language such as performance, reliability, and productivity. The SDK supports modern Rust language features like async/await, non-blocking IO, and […]

Announcing general availability of the AWS SDK for Kotlin

We are excited to announce that the AWS SDK for Kotlin is now generally available and supported for production use. We designed the SDK from the ground up to give you an idiomatic Kotlin experience, including Domain Specific Language (DSL) builders, and support for asynchronous AWS service calls using coroutines. Today’s release enables developers to […]

Announcing the end of support for Ruby runtimes 2.3 and 2.4 for the AWS SDK For Ruby

Starting November 22, 2023, AWS SDK for Ruby version 3 will no longer support these end of life (EOL) Ruby runtime versions: Ruby 2.3 – EOL began on 2019-03-31 Ruby 2.4 – EOL began on 2020-03-31 Since these versions are end-of-life, we have seen support drop within the Ruby community, including Bundler, Docker, and some […]

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Announcing the end of support for Node.js 14.x in the AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3)

This blog post is about AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3) announcing the end of support for Node.js 14.x, and not AWS Lambda, which is planning their Node.js 14.x deprecation (phase 1) on Nov 27, 2023. Starting May 1, 2024, the AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3) will no longer actively support Node.js 14.x, which reached end-of-life […]