AWS Developer Blog

Introducing immutable class mapping for the Enhanced DynamoDB Client in AWS SDK for Java 2.x

We are pleased to announce that the enhanced DynamoDB client in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x now supports the mapping of immutable Java objects directly with records in your DynamoDB tables. Previously, only mutable ‘Java bean’ style objects were supported. Immutability in Java is a commonly used style that allows developers to create classes […]

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Introducing AWS Common Runtime HTTP Client in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x

We are pleased to announce the preview release of AWS Common Runtime (CRT) HTTP Client – a new HTTP client supported in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x. AWS CRT HTTP Client is an asynchronous, non-blocking HTTP client built on top of the Java bindings of the AWS Common Runtime. You can use the CRT […]

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Build and Deploy .Net Core WebAPI Container to Amazon EKS using CDK & cdk8s

In this blog, we will leverage the development capabilities of the CDK for Kubernetes framework also known as cdk8s along with the AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) framework to provision infrastructure through AWS CloudFormation. cdk8s allows us to define Kubernetes apps and components using familiar languages. cdk8s is an open-source software development framework for defining Kubernetes applications and […]

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Automatically deploy a Serverless REST API from GitHub with AWS Chalice

AWS Chalice lets you quickly create serverless applications in Python. When you first start using Chalice, you can use the chalice deploy command to deploy your application to AWS without any additional setup or configuration needed other than AWS credentials. As your application grows and you add additional team members to your project, you’ll want […]

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AWS Toolkit in JetBrains Rider

The AWS Toolkits for different IDEs are built to support a vast array of use cases and developer preferences so there’s almost always a tool for the IDE you use; e.g. JetBrains Rider, IntelliJ IDEA, JetBrains PyCharm, Microsoft’s VS Code, or Visual Studio. Developers tend to be attached to their preferred IDE and thus AWS […]

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Introducing Paginators in AWS SDK for .NET v3.5

We are happy to introduce Paginators in the latest release of AWS SDK for .NET v3.5! Many AWS operations return paginated results when the response object is too large to return in a single response. Paginators can help you navigate through paginated responses from services. Basic Usage Typically, a service will return a truncated response when […]

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AWS SDK for .NET v3.5 Now Generally Available

Today, we have released version 3.5 of the AWS SDK for .NET! The primary objective of this version is to transition support for all non-Framework versions of the SDK to .NET Standard 2.0. We are doing this to accelerate feature development and offer newer functionality to a greater set of customers going forward. This is […]

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Using AWS Lambda Layers with AWS Chalice

AWS Chalice is a framework for writing serverless applications in Python that provides familiar, declarative APIs to help you write your application. From the first version of this framework, we’ve provided a deployment packager that handles the details of how to package your application for AWS Lambda. This lets you specify third-party package dependencies using […]

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Client-Side Metrics for the AWS SDK for Java v2 is now generally available

We are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of the client-side metrics module for the AWS SDK for Java v2. On July 7th, 2020, we announced a preview release of client-side metrics. With release version 2.14.0 of the SDK, client-side metrics can now be used in production environments. Client-side metrics enable you to collect […]

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Updates to the Amazon S3 Encryption Client

The Amazon S3 Encryption Client is a convenient and efficient tool for performing client-side encryption of objects in S3. One of the unique propositions of client-side encryption is that if you are willing and able to do all of your own key management then you, and only you, will have access to the unencrypted or […]

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