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Announcing the end of support for Ruby runtimes 2.3 and 2.4 for the AWS SDK For Ruby

Starting November 22, 2023, AWS SDK for Ruby version 3 will no longer support these end of life (EOL) Ruby runtime versions: Ruby 2.3 – EOL began on 2019-03-31 Ruby 2.4 – EOL began on 2020-03-31 Since these versions are end-of-life, we have seen support drop within the Ruby community, including Bundler, Docker, and some […]

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Announcing the end of support for Node.js 14.x in the AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3)

This blog post is about AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3) announcing the end of support for Node.js 14.x, and not AWS Lambda, which is planning their Node.js 14.x deprecation (phase 1) on Nov 27, 2023. Starting May 1, 2024, the AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3) will no longer actively support Node.js 14.x, which reached end-of-life […]

Improved DynamoDB Initialization Patterns for the AWS SDK for .NET

The AWS SDK for .NET includes the Document and Object Persistence programming models, which provide an idiomatic .NET experience for working with Amazon DynamoDB. Beginning in AWSSDK.DynamoDBv2 3.7.203, there are new ways to initialize the document and object persistence models which can improve your application’s performance by reducing thread contention and throttling issues during the first call to DynamoDB. […]

Update to AWS SDK for Java v2, AWS SDK for .NET v3, and AWS Tools for PowerShell when using S3 GetObjectAttributes API

This blog post is intended to notify customers using the AWS SDK for Java v2.x, AWS SDK for .NET v3.x, or AWS Tools for PowerShell v4.x, of a change in parameter type for the S3 GetObjectAttributes API. This change may require a type definition change in your code. On September 20, 2023, we released a […]

Announcing overridable client configuration in the AWS SDK for Kotlin

We’re excited to announce that the AWS SDK for Kotlin now supports overridable client configuration. You can use this feature to execute AWS service calls with specialized config that differs from the config provided when the client was initialized. This unlocks new capabilities and increases the flexibility of your code. In this post, I will […]

Creating Smithy Projects with Smithy Init

The Smithy team is excited to announce the release of the init command in Smithy CLI. This command enables developers to create new Smithy projects quickly and easily. Before the Smithy init command was introduced, developers had to carefully follow along with a developer guide or blog post to setup their Smithy projects. This involves […]

AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio adds support for Arm64 Visual Studio

AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio adds support for Arm64 Visual Studio

We are thrilled to announce that the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio is now generally available on the Arm64 version of Visual Studio (aka “Arm64 Visual Studio”). This release enables a Visual Studio user on a native Windows Arm64 device or on a device emulating Windows Arm64 on a M class Apple device to leverage […]

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Reduce Lambda cold start times: migrate to AWS SDK for JavaScript v3

The AWS SDK for JavaScript (JS SDK) v3 is a rewrite of v2 with a modular architecture and frequently requested features, such as a first-class TypeScript support and a new middleware stack. As our customers migrate their applications from JS SDK v2 to v3, they have been requesting reliable benchmarks to assess the SDKs performance […]

Introducing S3 cross-region support in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x

AWS SDK for Java team is excited to introduce the latest addition to the AWS SDK for Java 2.x: the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Cross-Region Client feature. With this new feature, you can effortlessly access Amazon S3 buckets in different AWS Regions by using a single client configured for cross-region access. Join us […]

Introducing Smithy for Python

Introducing Smithy for Python

AWS is excited to announce a preview of Smithy client generation for Python. This tooling will enable developers to generate clients in type-hinted Python in the same model-driven manner that AWS has used to develop its services for more than a decade. Writing and maintaining hand-written clients for a web service is both time-consuming and […]