AWS Developer Blog

Tag: .NET

AWS re:Invent 2015

This year’s AWS re:Invent conference is just a few days away. Norm, Milind, and I from the .NET SDK and Tools team at AWS will be attending. We are looking forward to meeting with as many of you as we can. This year we have two .NET-related breakout sessions: On Wednesday afternoon, we will show […]

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New Support for ASP.NET 5 in AWS SDK for .NET

Today we have released beta support for ASP.NET 5 in the AWS SDK for .NET. ASP.NET 5 is an exciting development for .NET developers with modularization and cross-platform support being major goals for the new platform. Currently, ASP.NET 5 is on beta 7. There may be more changes before its 1.0 release. For this reason, […]

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DynamoDB DataModel Enum Support

In version 3.1.1 of the DynamoDB .NET SDK package, we added enum support to the Object Persistence Model. This feature allows you to use enums in .NET objects you store and load in DynamoDB. Before this change, the only way to support enums in your objects was to use a custom converter to serialize and […]

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Xamarin Support Out of Preview

Last month, with the release of version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET, Xamarin and Portable Class Library (PCL) support was announced as an in-preview feature. We’ve worked hard to stabilize this feature and with today’s release, we are labeling Xamarin and PCL support production-ready. This applies to Windows Phone and Windows Store support, […]

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S3 Transfer Utility Upgrade

Version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET includes an update to the S3 transfer utility. Before this update, if an S3 download of a large file failed, the entire download would be retried. Now the retry logic has been updated so that any retry attempts will use bits that have already been laid down. […]

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DynamoDB Table Cache

Version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET includes a new feature, the SDK Cache. This is an in-memory cache used by the SDK to store information like DynamoDB table descriptions. Before version 3, the SDK retrieved table information when you constructed a Table or DynamoDBContext object. For example, the following code creates a table […]

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Version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET Out of Preview

Back in February, we announced our intention to release a new major version of the AWS SDK for .NET. In April, we released a preview on NuGet. After receiving great feedback from users, today we are taking version 3 of the AWS SDK for .NET out of preview. This means the preview flag has been […]

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Using the New Import Cmdlets for Amazon EC2

Using the New Import Cmdlets for Amazon EC2 Amazon EC2 recently released an updated set of APIs for importing virtual machine images and disks. These new APIs, ImportImage and ImportSnapshot, are faster and more flexible than the original import APIs and are now available in the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell (from version 2.3.43.0) through […]

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RegisterProfile

The .NET SDK team is aware that some customers are having issues using the Amazon.Util.ProfileManager.RegisterProfile method, so this blog will attempt to explain what this method does, when it should be used, and more importantly, why it should never be called inside your development application. We discussed RegisterProfile in an earlier blog post about storing […]

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AWS SDK for .NET Office Hour

The AWS SDKs and Tools team invites you to the first-ever online office hour hosted by the maintainers of the AWS SDK for .NET, AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio, and AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell. It will be held via Google Hangouts at 9:30-10:30am PDT (UTC -7:00) on Thursday 6/18. If you don’t have one […]

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