AWS Developer Blog

AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ – Now generally available

Last year at re:Invent we told you that we were working on the AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ. Since then, the toolkit has been in active development on GitHub. I’m happy to share that the AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ is now generally available! The toolkit provides an integrated experience for developing serverless applications. For example, you […]

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AWS Lambda layers with .NET Core

Lambda layers enable you to provide additional code and content to your AWS Lambda function. A layer is composed of additional files used by your Lambda function that are extracted into the /opt directory in the Lambda compute environment. Since the release of Lambda Layers one of the common questions I hear is how can […]

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Now generally available: the ASP.NET Core Identity Provider for Amazon Cognito

We’re pleased to announce the general availability of the ASP.NET Core Identity Provider for Amazon Cognito, which enables ASP.NET Core developers to easily integrate with Amazon Cognito in their web applications. Targeting .NET Standard 2.0, the custom ASP.NET Core Identity Provider for Amazon Cognito extends the ASP.NET Core Identity membership system by providing Amazon Cognito […]

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Announcing Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription support in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription enables you to send an audio stream, and with a single API call, receive a stream of text in real time. We’re excited to announce support for the #start_stream_transcription API with bidirectional streaming usage in the AWS SDK for Ruby. Before calling #start_stream_transcription To use the Amazon Transcribe #start_stream_transcription API, you […]

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AWS SDK for .NET now targets .NET Standard 2.0

The AWS SDK for .NET is distributed via NuGet packages for each service and a common core NuGet package. Each NuGet package contains different .NET assemblies, depending on your development platform. This includes .NET Framework 4.5, .NET Framework 3.5, the Portable Class Library version for Xamarin, and .NET Standard 1.3. As .NET Core and .NET […]

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Announcing Amazon.Lambda.RuntimeSupport

We’ve received many requests to include more versions of .NET Core in AWS Lambda. Customers want the flexibility to write Lambda functions in LTS, current, and preview versions of .NET Core. Until now, you could use only LTS versions. The new Amazon.Lambda.RuntimeSupport library changes that. Today we’ve released the Amazon.Lambda.RuntimeSupport library that enables you to […]

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Announcing Amazon Kinesis SubscribeToShard API Support in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Amazon Kinesis launched two significant performance-improving features for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams: enhanced fan-out and an HTTP/2 data retrieval API (“SubscribeToShard”). This API allows data to be delivered from producers to consumers in 70 milliseconds or better. Today, we’re excited to announce the support for Kinesis SubscribeToShard API in the AWS SDK for Ruby. Before […]

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Introducing AWS X-Ray support for Python web frameworks used in Serverless applications

This is a guest post by Chan Chiem Jeffery Saeteurn. Jeffery is a Software Development Engineer on the AWS X-Ray SDK Team. He has fond interests in IoT, distributed systems, and crafting software to automate everyday tasks. Announcing AWS X-Ray SDK for Python support for instrumenting web frameworks deployed in serverless applications! Serverless is an […]

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Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record

Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record The aws-record Ruby Gem is a data mapper abstraction layer over Amazon DynamoDB, a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. Recently, support for transactions was added to DynamoDB. DynamoDB transactions simplify the developer experience of making coordinated, all-or-nothing changes to multiple items both within […]

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