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Category: JavaScript

Introducing the Amazon DynamoDB DataMapper for JavaScript – Developer Preview

We’re happy to announce that the @aws/dynamodb-data-mapper package is now in Developer Preview and available for you to try via npm. The Amazon DynamoDB DataMapper for JavaScript is a high-level client for writing and reading structured data to and from DynamoDB, built on top of the AWS SDK for JavaScript. Getting started You can install […]

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Creating and Deploying a Serverless Web Application with CloudFormation and Ember.js

Serverless computing enables you to build scalable and cost-effective applications that scale up or down automatically without provisioning, scaling, and managing servers. You can use AWS Lambda to execute your back-end application code, Amazon API Gateway for a fully managed service to create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure your REST API, and Amazon S3 to […]

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React Native Support in the AWS SDK for JavaScript

We’re excited to announce React Native support in the AWS SDK for JavaScript. You can now access all services that are currently supported in the AWS SDK for JavaScript from within a React Native application. You can configure Amazon Cognito Identity as the authentication provider by using the same Amazon Cognito Identity credentials you might […]

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Using webpack and the AWS SDK for JavaScript to Create and Bundle an Application – Part 2

In the previous post in this series, we introduced how to use webpack and the AWS SDK for JavaScript to create and bundle an application. In this post, we’re going to dig a little bit into other features, such as creating bundles with only the AWS services you need, and generating bundles that will also […]

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Using webpack and the AWS SDK for JavaScript to Create and Bundle an Application – Part 1

We introduced support for webpack in version 2.6.1 of the AWS SDK for JavaScript. Using tools such as webpack with the SDK give you a way to bundle your JavaScript modules so that you can write modularized code for the browser. This post will walk through how to create and bundle a simple application that […]

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AWS Lambda Support for Node.js 4.3.2 Runtime

We are pleased to announce that in conjunction with the availability of Node.js 4.3.2 in AWS Lambda, Version 2.3.2 of the AWS SDK for JavaScript (in both Node.js and in the browser) supports the passing in of “nodejs4.3” as a value for the Runtime parameter for the createFunction and updateFunctionConfiguration operations. Now that the Node.js […]

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Support for Promises in the SDK

Today’s release of the AWS SDK for JavaScript (v2.3.0) introduces support for promises when calling service operations. Promises provide an alternative to the use of a callback function to manage asynchronous flow. They allow treating asynchronous calls as a variable, simplifying error handling and providing greater control over handling results from asynchronous calls. For more […]

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Announcing the Amazon DynamoDB Document Client in the AWS SDK for JavaScript

Version 2.2.0 of the AWS SDK for JavaScript introduces support for the document client abstraction in the AWS.DynamoDB namespace. The document client abstraction makes it easier to read and write data to Amazon DynamoDB with the AWS SDK for JavaScript. Now you can use native JavaScript objects without annotating them as AttributeValue types. This article […]

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AWS SDK for JavaScript Office Hour

The AWS SDKs and Tools team invites you to the first-ever online office hour hosted by the maintainers of the AWS SDK for JavaScript. It will be held via Google Hangouts at 10:00-11:00am PDT (UTC -7:00) on Tuesday 6/30. If you don’t have one already, you will need to create an account with Google to join […]

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