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Automatic Pagination of Responses in the AWS SDK for .NET (Preview)

by Jim Flanagan | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As part of our recent preview release of Resource APIs for .NET we have exposed one of the underlying features in the low-level .NET SDK as well. Many of the AWS APIs that return collections of items have a pagination interface. Rather than return all results at once, the service returns a certain number of […]

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Announcing V2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby

by Trevor Rowe | on | in Ruby* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

I am excited to announce today’s stable release of version 2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby. It is available now as the aws-sdk gem on RubyGems. Features Version 2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby, the aws-sdk gem, provides a number of powerful features for developers including: Support for 40+ services Resource interfaces for […]

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Upcoming Modularization of the AWS SDK for .NET

by Norm Johanson | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Today, I would like to announce our plans to modularize the AWS SDK for .NET into individual assemblies and NuGet packages. This work will take us a few months to complete, but we recognize this will be a pretty big change to how developers see the SDK and want to give as much of a […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Integration with AWS CodeDeploy (Part 3)

In this part of the series, we will show you how easy it is to run deployment commands on your EC2 fleet with the help of the AWS CodeDeploy plugin for Eclipse. Create AppSpec Template First, let’s create a shell script that executes the command we need to run on our instances: /home/hanshuo/stop-httpd-server-appspec/template/stop-httpd.sh #!/bin/bash service […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Integration with AWS CodeDeploy (Part 2)

In this part of the blog series, we will show you how to deploy a Java web project to your EC2 instances using the AWS CodeDeploy plugin. Prerequisites If you want to follow the walkthrough, you will need to create a CodeDeploy deployment group to begin with. The easiest way to do so is to […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Integration with AWS CodeDeploy (Part 1)

We are excited to announce that the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now includes integration with AWS CodeDeploy and AWS OpsWorks. In addition to the support of AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment, these two new plugins provide more options for Java developers to deploy their web application to AWS directly from their Eclipse development environment. In this […]

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DynamoDB JSON and Array Marshaling for PHP

by Jeremy Lindblom | on | in PHP | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Back in October of 2014, Amazon DynamoDB added support for new data types, including the map (M) and list (L) types. These new types, along with some API updates, make it possible to store more complex, multilevel data, and use DynamoDB for document storage. The DynamoDB Marshaler To make these new types even easier for […]

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Updated Amazon Cognito Credentials Provider

by Pavel Safronov | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Amazon Cognito allows you to get temporary AWS credentials, so that you don’t have to distribute your own credentials with your application. Last year we added a Cognito credentials provider to the AWS SDK for .NET to simplify this process. With the latest update to Cognito, we are now making it even easier to use […]

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Upcoming Stable Release of AWS SDK for Ruby – Version 2

by Trevor Rowe | on | in Ruby* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We plan to release version 2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby next week. We will remove the preview flag from the 2.0 version of aws-sdk. Specify Your Version Dependencies The AWS SDK for Ruby uses semantic versioning. Updates within version 1 are backwards compatible. Version 2 of the aws-sdk gem is not backwards compatible. […]

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Cross-Account IAM Roles in Windows PowerShell

by Brian Beach | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As a company’s adoption of Amazon Web Services (AWS) grows, most customers adopt a multi-account strategy. Some customers choose to create an account for each application, while others create an account for each business unit or environment (development, testing, production). Whatever the strategy, there is often a use case that requires access to multiple accounts […]

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