AWS Developer Blog

AWS SDK for Ruby v1.15.0

Yesterday morning, we released a new version of the AWS SDK for Ruby (aws-sdk gem). This release adds mobile push support for Amazon Simple Notification Service. The release also includes API updates for Amazon Redshift, adding snapshot identifiers to the AWS::Redshift::Client#copy_cluster_snapshot and AWS::Redshift::Client#delete_cluster_snapshot operations, and enabling better status reporting for restoring from snapshots. You can […]

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Release: AWS SDK for PHP 2.4.3

We would like to announce the release of version 2.4.3 of the AWS SDK for PHP. This release adds support for the Amazon Simple Notification Service mobile push API, adds progress reporting on snapshot restore operations for Amazon Redshift, and addresses an issue with directories and the Amazon S3 stream wrapper. Changelog Updated the Amazon […]

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Quick Tips: Managing Amazon S3 Data in Eclipse

No matter what type of application you’re developing, it’s a safe bet that it probably needs to save or load data from a central data store, such as Amazon S3. During development, you can take advantage of the Amazon S3 management tools provided by the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, all without ever leaving your IDE. […]

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Using Amazon CloudFront with ASP.NET Apps

Today, I’m going to talk about using Amazon CloudFront to boost the performance of ASP.NET web apps that are deployed to Amazon Web Services. CloudFront is a content delivery service that can cache content in edge locations across the world to give users low-latency access to static content and relieve some of the pressure from […]

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Iterating through Amazon DynamoDB Results

The AWS SDK for PHP has a feature called "iterators" that allows you to retrieve an entire result set without manually handling pagination tokens or markers. The iterators in the SDK implement PHP’s Iterator interface, which allows you to easily enumerate or iterate through resources from a result set with foreach. The Amazon DynamoDB client […]

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AWS SDK ZF2 Module 1.1.0

We would like to announce the availability of version 1.1.0 of the AWS SDK ZF2 Module. This version includes a session save handler for Amazon DynamoDB, so that you can use DynamoDB as a session store for your Zend Framework 2 applications.

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Web Identity Federation using the AWS SDK for .NET

Today’s post is about web identity federation. AWS Security Token Service (STS) has introduced this new feature, which allows customers to give constrained, time-limited access of their AWS resources to users who identify themselves via popular third-party identity providers (IdPs). AWS currently supports Amazon, Facebook, and Google as IdPs whose tokens can be used to […]

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The DynamoDBMapper, Local Secondary Indexes, and You!

Earlier this year, Amazon DynamoDB released support for local secondary indexes. At that time, the AWS SDK for Java added support for LSIs, for both the low-level(AmazonDynamoDBClient) and high-level(DynamoDBMapper) APIs in the com.amazonaws.services.dynamodbv2 package. Since then, I have seen a few questions on how to use the DynamoDBMapper with local secondary indexes. In this post, […]

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AWS SDK for .NET Version 2.0 Preview

Today, we are excited to announce a preview of our upcoming version 2 of the AWS SDK for .NET, which you can download here. One of the most exciting new features of version 2 is the ability to have Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 Apps use our SDK. Like other SDKs for these new […]

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Release: AWS SDK for PHP 2.4.2

We would like to announce the release of version 2.4.2 of the AWS SDK for PHP. This release adds support for custom Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) and Chef 11 to the AWS OpsWorks client, adds the latest snapshot permission features to the Amazon Redshift client, and updates the Amazon EC2 and AWS Security Token Service […]

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