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We are raising the minor version of AWS SDK for Java from 1.11 to 1.12 in order to upgrade the SDK’s dependency on the popular third-party JSON library, Jackson. This release does not change any of the AWS SDK APIs. Even though there are some backwards-incompatible changes in Jackson APIs, it should be a straight-forward […]
We’re excited to announce the alpha release of a new AWS SDK for Rust. AWS customers developing in Rust want a native Rust SDK so they can use the language constructs they are used to, and customers new to Rust want an SDK that behaves similarly to SDKs they have used in other language environments. […]
On July 15, 2021, AWS will publish a minor version update for AWS Chalice that will require Python 3.6 or greater, formally ending our support for Python 2.7. The Python Software Foundation (PSF) has stated that “As of January 1st, 2020, no new bug reports, fixes, or changes will be made to Python 2, and […]
AWS SDK for .NET version 2 (v2) has reached the end of support. We will no longer publish any updates to .NET SDK v2, including critical bugs or security updates. Previously published releases will continue to be available via NuGet. The code will remain on GitHub, but the repository may be archived in the future. […]
The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) v2 is now available for Developer Preview in TypeScript, Python, Java, C#, and Go. The AWS CDK is an open-source software development framework to model and provision your cloud application resources using familiar programming languages. With the AWS CDK, you can define your infrastructure as code and provision […]
Starting with Neuron SDK v1.14.0, Neuron conda packages used to install Neuron SDK framework in Deep Learning AMI will no longer be supported. users should use pip upgrade command instead.
Improve your application’s performance and make your application more resilient to transient errors by seeing how to configure settings such as maximum length to wait for a request to complete, or specify API request retry behavior. Learn what the AWS SDK for .NET’s runtime pipeline is and how to customize it and even how to add your own behaviors to each API request.
See how to get the best of both Windows and Linux as your development environment all on the same machine. Run the Amazon Linux 2 distribution via the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 and leverage the Visual Studio Code Remote – WSL extension, AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code, and the AWS SAM CLI to provide a frictionless development experience.