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Chalice Version 0.6.0 is Now Available

by James Saryerwinnie | on | in Python* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

The latest preview version of Chalice, our microframework for Python serverless application development, now includes a couple of commonly requested features: Customizing the HTTP response. A new Response class, chalice.Response, enables you to customize the HTTP response by specifying the status code, body, and a mapping of HTTP headers to return. The tutorial in the […]

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Cross-Platform Text-to-Speech for C++ with Amazon Polly

by Jonathan Henson | on | in C++* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Amazon Polly launched at re:invent 2016. Because C++ allows us direct access to sound drivers, we decided to try using Amazon Polly for cross-platform text-to-speech applications. The result of our experiment is the new text-to-speech library for the AWS SDK for C++. Let’s look at some Code Examples. List available output devices #include <aws/core/Aws.h> #include […]

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Automating the Deployment of Encrypted Web Services with the AWS SDK for PHP (Part 2)

by Joseph Fontes | on | in PHP | Permalink | Comments |  Share

In the first post of this series, we focused on how to use Amazon Route 53 for domain registration and use Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM) to create SSL certificates. With our newly registered domain available for use, we can proceed to deploy and configure the services we need to host the website across an […]

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Using the AWS SDK for Go Encryption Client

Overview AWS SDK for Go released the encryption client last year, and some of our customers have asked us how to use it. We’re very excited to show you some examples in this blog post. Before we get into the examples, let’s look at what client-side encryption is and why you might want to use […]

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AWS SDK for Go Adds Error Code Constants

The AWS SDK for Go v1.6.19 release adds generated constants for all modeled service response error codes. These constants improve discoverability of the error codes that a service can return, and reduce the chance of typos that can cause errors to be handled incorrectly. You can find the new error code constants within each of the SDK’s service client […]

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Java SDK Bundled Dependency

by Kyle Thomson | on | in Java* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

The AWS SDK for Java depends on a handful of third-party libraries, most notably Jackson for JSON and Apache Commons Http Client for over the wire. For most customers, resolving these as part of their standard Maven dependency resolution is perfectly fine; Maven automatically pulls the required versions in or uses existing versions if they’re […]

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CHANGELOG for the AWS SDK for Java

by Dongie Agnir | on | in Java* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We are happy to announce that beginning with version 1.11.82, the source and ZIP distributions of the AWS SDK for Java now include a file that lists the most notable changes for each release. In the past, changes for each release of the AWS SDK for Java were published to the AWS Release Notes website, but […]

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AWS Step Functions Fluent Java API

by Andrew Shore | on | in Java* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

AWS Step Functions, a new service that launched at re:Invent 2016, makes it easier to build complex, distributed applications in the cloud. Using this service, you can create state machines that can connect microservices and activities into a visual workflow. State machines support branching, parallel execution, retry/error handling, synchronization (via Wait states), and task execution […]

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AWS SDK for Go Update Needed for Go 1.8

The AWS SDK for Go  is updated for Go 1.8. This update fixes an issue in which some API operations failed with a connection reset by peer error or service error. This failure prevented API operation requests from being made. If you’re using Go 1.8 with a version of the SDK that’s earlier than v1.6.3, you need to update the SDK to at […]

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Deploy an Existing ASP.NET Core Web API to AWS Lambda

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

In the previous post, we talked about the new ASP.NET Core Web API blueprint for AWS Lambda, and the Amazon.Lambda.AspNetCoreServer NuGet package that made it possible to run the ASP.NET Core Web API through Lambda. But what if you already have an existing ASP.NET Core Web API that you want to try as a serverless […]

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