AWS Developer Blog

AWS SDK for Java 2.0 – Feedback Needed

This is the first in a series of blog posts that outline changes coming in the AWS SDK for Java 2.0. Read our developer preview announcement for more information about why we’re so excited for this new version of the SDK. We want your help to shape the future of the AWS SDK for Java […]

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Chalice Version 1.0.0b1 Is Now Available

We’ve just released Chalice version 1.0.0b1, the first preview release of Chalice 1.0.0. Since our last post that showcased the 0.9.0 release we’ve added numerous features we’re excited to share with you. Support for built in authorizers. In earlier versions of Chalice, you could integrate a custom authorizer with your Chalice application. However, you had […]

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Improvements for AWS CloudFormation and Amazon CloudWatch in the AWS Tools for PowerShell Modules

Trevor Sullivan, a Systems Development Engineer here at Amazon, recently contributed some new AWS CloudFormation helper cmdlets and improved formatting for types he works with on a daily basis. These updates were released in version 3.3.119.0 of the AWS Tools for PowerShell modules (AWSPowerShell and AWSPowerShell.NetCore), in addition to new support in Amazon CloudWatch metrics […]

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AWS SDK for Java 2.0 – Developer Preview

We’re pleased to announce the Developer Preview of the AWS SDK for Java 2.0. The 2.0 version of the SDK is a major rewrite of the 1.11.x code base. It’s built on top of Java 8 and adds several, frequently requested features, like support for non-blocking I/O and the ability to use a different HTTP […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse: Improved Support for Serverless Applications (Part 3 of 3)

In the first part of the blog series, we created a new application named rekognition-service from the rekognition blueprint. In the second part, we deployed this serverless application to AWS CloudFormation. In this last part of the blog series, we describe how to test and check the result of the newly deployed rekognition-service application. Test the rekognition-service application by using the Amazon S3 bucket […]

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