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Category: AWS Amplify

Introducing .NET Core Support for AWS Amplify Backend Functions

Earlier this month, the AWS Amplify team announced support for backend functions that use runtimes beyond the existing support for Node.js. With this new feature, customers can now write backend functions using Python, Java, Go, and .NET Core to handle requests from their REST or GraphQL APIs, triggers from services like Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon […]

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Authenticate applications through facial recognition with Amazon Cognito and Amazon Rekognition

With increased use of different applications, social networks, financial platforms, emails and cloud storage solutions, managing different passwords and credentials can become a burden. In many cases, sharing one password across all these applications and platforms is just not possible. Different security standards may be required, such as passwords composed by only numeric characters, password […]

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