AWS Developer Blog

Category: Programing Language

Asynchronous Amazon Transcribe Streaming SDK for Python (Preview)

We are pleased to announce the first preview release of an asynchronous Amazon Transcribe streaming SDK for Python. Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription enables you to send an audio stream and receive a stream of text in real time. This initial preview release of the SDK provides simple and easy to use interfaces for the Amazon […]

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.NET 5 on AWS

As long time .NET developers, many of us here at AWS share in the excitement for the GA release of .NET 5. When benchmark results were announced at .NET Conf this summer, these results validated the focus on increasing performance over its predecessor — .NET Core 3.1. Including a 30% socket performance improvement on Linux, […]

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Modular packages in AWS SDK for JavaScript

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 the JavaScript SDK v3 is modularized packages. This blog post explains why we decided to publish modular packages, and gives an example of performance improvement due to bundle size reduction. […]

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Announcing the end of support for Python 3.4 and 3.5 in the AWS SDK for Python and AWS CLI v1

On February 1, 2021, the AWS SDK for Python (Boto3 and Botocore) and the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) v1 will no longer support Python 3.4 and Python 3.5. We encourage you to upgrade to Python 3.6 or later (this deprecation doesn’t affect customers using Python 2.7). Per the Python Software Foundation, Python 3.4.10 […]

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Overview of AWS SDK for JavaScript

Modular AWS SDK for JavaScript – Release Candidate

We’re happy to announce the Release Candidate (RC) of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). This RC follows the Developer preview release of the JavaScript SDK. It is a major rewrite of the version 2.x code base, and adds frequently requested features, like modularized packages, a new middleware stack and first-class TypeScript support. […]

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AWS Chalice now supports Amazon Kinesis and Amazon DynamoDB Streams

Version 1.21.0 of AWS Chalice, a framework for creating serverless applications in Python, adds support for two new event sources in AWS Lambda. You can now configure a Lambda function to be automatically invoked whenever a record is added to an Amazon Kinesis stream or whenever an Amazon DynamoDB table is updated. Chalice automatically handles […]

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Using Waiters in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x

We are excited to announce the general availability of the waiters feature in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x (version 2.15.0 or later). Waiters are an abstraction used to poll a resource until a desired state is reached, or until it is determined that the resource will never enter into the desired state. When interacting […]

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Client Updates in the Preview Version of the AWS SDK for Go V2

The AWS SDK for Go V2 developer preview was introduced in December 2017 based on customer feedback provided by you, and we focused on improving its ease of use, performance, consistency, and discoverability. We’re happy to share the updated clients for the v0.25.0 preview version of the AWS SDK for Go V2. The updated clients […]

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Following serverless best practices with AWS Chalice and Lambda Powertools

AWS Chalice lets you quickly create serverless applications in Python. It has a number of built-in features such as integration with AWS Lambda event sources as well as support for different deployment systems such as AWS SAM and Terraform. There are scenarios where you may want to extend the behavior of Chalice and customize how […]

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