AWS Developer Blog

AWS SDK for Ruby Modularization (Version 3)

Version 3 of the AWS SDK for Ruby is available now as a preview release. This version modularizes the monolithic SDK into service specific gems. Aside from gem packaging differences, version 3 interfaces are backwards compatible with version 2. You can install individual gems like so: $ gem install aws-sdk-s3 –version 1.0.0.rc1 You can install […]

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Using the AWS Lambda Project in Visual Studio

Last week we launched C# and .NET Core support for AWS Lambda. That release provided updated tooling for Visual Studio to help you get started writing your AWS Lambda functions and deploy them right from Visual Studio. In this post, we describe how to create, deploy, and test an AWS Lambda project. Creating a Lambda […]

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Chalice 0.4 & 0.5 Deliver Local Testing and Multifile Application Capabilities for Python Serverless Application Development

We’re continuing to add features to Chalice, a preview release of our microframework for Python serverless application development using AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway. Chalice is designed to make it simple and fast for Python developers to create REST APIs built in a serverless framework. In our latest releases, we’ve added initial versions for a couple […]

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Using AWS SDK for Go API Setters

In release v1.5.0 of the AWS SDK for Go, we added setters to all API operation parameters. Setters give you the ability to set API parameters without directly taking the value’s address. The setters wrap this functionality internally so you don’t have to. The setters are a convenient way to reduce the need to use aws.String and similar utilities. The following code shows […]

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How the Amazon SQS FIFO API Works

We have just introduced FIFO queues for Amazon SQS. These queues offer strictly ordered message delivery and exactly-once message processing. The FIFO API builds on the SQS API and adds new capabilities. This post explains the additions, how they work, and when to use them. Customers have asked us for these features.  Although many apps […]

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Retry Throttling

In this blog post, we discuss the existing request retry feature, and the new retry throttling feature that we have rolled out in the AWS SDK for .NET V3 from version 3.3.4.0 of the AWSSDK.Core package. In request retry, client side requests are retried, and often succeed, in cases involving transient network or service issues. […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse: VPC Configuration for an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Environment

I’m glad to announce that the AWS Elastic Beanstalk plugin in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now supports Configuring VPC with Elastic Beanstalk. If you’re new to AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, see the User Guide for a basic introduction and setup guidance. If you’re new to AWS Elastic Beanstalk plugin, see AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Eclipse Integration to learn […]

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