AWS Developer Blog

AWS re:Invent 2015

AWS re:Invent 2015 kicks off next week! We couldn’t be more excited to hear how you’re using our SDKs and tools to build your applications. You can find several sessions covering the AWS SDKs and tools in the Developer Tools track. We’ll also be working at the AWS booth in the Expo Hall, so be […]

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New Support for ASP.NET 5 in AWS SDK for .NET

Today we have released beta support for ASP.NET 5 in the AWS SDK for .NET. ASP.NET 5 is an exciting development for .NET developers with modularization and cross-platform support being major goals for the new platform. Currently, ASP.NET 5 is on beta 7. There may be more changes before its 1.0 release. For this reason, […]

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DynamoDB DataModel Enum Support

In version 3.1.1 of the DynamoDB .NET SDK package, we added enum support to the Object Persistence Model. This feature allows you to use enums in .NET objects you store and load in DynamoDB. Before this change, the only way to support enums in your objects was to use a custom converter to serialize and […]

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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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Xamarin Support Out of Preview

Last month, with the release of version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET, Xamarin and Portable Class Library (PCL) support was announced as an in-preview feature. We’ve worked hard to stabilize this feature and with today’s release, we are labeling Xamarin and PCL support production-ready. This applies to Windows Phone and Windows Store support, […]

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S3 Transfer Utility Upgrade

Version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET includes an update to the S3 transfer utility. Before this update, if an S3 download of a large file failed, the entire download would be retried. Now the retry logic has been updated so that any retry attempts will use bits that have already been laid down. […]

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The AWS CLI Topic Guide

Hi everyone! This blog post is about the AWS CLI Topic Guide, a feature that was added in version 1.7.24 of the CLI. The AWS CLI Topic Guide allows users to discover and read information about a CLI feature or its behavior at a level of detail not found in-depth in the Help page of […]

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AWS Workshop and Hackathon at PNWPHP

In September, the Pacific Northwest PHP Conference (PNWPHP) is happening in Seattle. It’s just down the street from us, and we decided to partner with the them to host an AWS Workshop and Hackathon on September 10th, 2015. The workshop portion will serve as kind of AWS bootcamp for PHP developers, and will include a […]

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Using AWS CodeCommit from Eclipse

Earlier this month, we launched AWS CodeCommit — a managed revision control service that hosts Git repositories and works with existing Git-based tools. If you’re an Eclipse user, it’s easy to use the EGit tools in Eclipse to work with AWS CodeCommit. This post shows how to publish a project to AWS CodeCommit so you […]

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