AWS Developer Blog

Category: Programing Language

Provision AWS infrastructure using Terraform (By HashiCorp): an example of running Amazon ECS tasks on AWS Fargate

AWS Fargate is a a serverless compute engine that supports several common container use cases, like running micro-services architecture applications, batch processing, machine learning applications, and migrating on premise applications to the cloud without having to manage servers or clusters of Amazon EC2 instances. AWS customers have a choice of fully managed container services, including […]

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AWS Chalice adds support for the AWS CDK

In a previous post, we showed how you can use the AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) and AWS Chalice to develop both infrastructure and application logic as code. To help combine the two frameworks together, a cdk-chalice construct library was used that handled the low-level communication details. In collaboration with the original developer of […]

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AWS SDK for Go Version 2 – General Availability

We are excited to announce the General Availability (GA) release of the AWS SDK for Go version 2 (v2). This release follows the Release candidate of the AWS SDK for Go v2. Version 2 incorporates customer feedback from version 1 and takes advantage of modern Go language features. The AWS SDK for Go v2 requires […]

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Announcing the end of support for Python 2.7 in the AWS SDK for Python and AWS CLI v1

On July 15, 2021, in order to continue supporting our customers with tools that are secure and maintainable, AWS will publish a minor version bump of the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) v1 and AWS SDK for Python (boto3 and botocore). These new versions will require a Python 3.6+ runtime, formally ending our Python […]

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HTTP keep-alive is on by default in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

On December 15th, 2020, we announced the general availability of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). In v3, we keep the Node.js HTTP connections alive by default. This blog post explains how it’s done. It also describes the benefits of keeping the sockets around, so they can be used for future requests without […]

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Overview of AWS SDK for JavaScript

Modular AWS SDK for JavaScript is now generally available

We are happy to announce the General Availability (GA) of AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). This release follows the Release Candidate of the JavaScript SDK and has a modular architecture with a separate package for each service. It also includes many frequently requested features, such as a first-class TypeScript support and a new […]

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First-class TypeScript support in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

As of December 15th, 2020, the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3) is generally available. On October 19th, 2020, we published the Release Candidate (RC) of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). One of the major changes in v3 is first-class TypeScript support. In this blog post we will discuss why we decided […]

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Introducing new features for the aws-sdk-rails gem

The Ruby SDK team is happy to announce that we’ve added new features and consolidated existing gems into the aws-sdk-rails gem to make developing Rails applications using AWS easier than ever. Features supported Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) queue adapter for ActiveJob (new) ActiveSupport::Notification instrumentation (new) DynamoDB ActiveDispatch::Session implementation (new) Include Aws::Record with Rails migration tasks and […]

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