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Tag: JavaScript

Creating Amazon CloudFront Signed URLs in Node.js

Amazon CloudFront allows you to use signed URLs to restrict access to content. This allows you to securely serve private content, or content intended for selected users using CloudFront. Read more about how CloudFront signed URLs work. This article describes how to generate Amazon CloudFront signed URLs in Node.js. To generate signed URLs, you can […]

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Authentication in the Browser with Amazon Cognito and Public Identity Providers

Our earlier blog post introduced authentication with Amazon Cognito in the browser. Amazon Cognito has since simplified the authentication workflow. This article describes authenticating the SDK in the browser using Amazon Cognito and supported public identity providers like Google, Facebook, and Amazon. Step 1 and Step 2 outline registering your application with a public identity […]

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Using the AWS SDK for JavaScript from Behind a Proxy

The AWS SDK for JavaScript can be configured to work from behind a network proxy. In browsers, proxy connections are transparently managed, and the SDK works out of the box without any additional configuration. This article focuses on using the SDK in Node.js from behind a proxy. Node.js itself has no low-level support for proxies, […]

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AWS re:Invent 2014 Recap

AWS re:Invent 2014 concluded on Friday, November 14, 2014; here is a summary of an action-packed, fun-filled week! New features and services There were four new services and features announced at the Day 1 Keynote, two of which are available to all customers effective November 12, 2014. These include: Amazon RDS for Aurora (a service […]

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Authentication with Amazon Cognito in the Browser

Amazon Cognito is a great new service that enables a much easier workflow for authenticating with your AWS resources in the browser. Although web identity federation still works directly with identity providers, using the new AWS.CognitoIdentityCredentials gives you the ability to provide access to customers through any identity provider using the same simple workflow and […]

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Come see us at re:Invent 2014!

AWS re:Invent is just around the corner, and we are excited to meet you. I will be presenting DEV 306 – Building cross platform applications using the AWS SDK for JavaScript on November 13, 2014. This talk will introduce you to building portable applications using the SDK and outline some differences in porting your application […]

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Introducing the AWS SDK for JavaScript Blog

Introducing the AWS SDK for JavaScript Blog Today we’re announcing a new blog for the AWS SDK for JavaScript. On this blog, we will be sharing the latest tips, tricks, and best practices when using the SDK. We will also keep you up to date on new developments in the SDK and share information on […]

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