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Category: Amazon API Gateway

A data flow diagram for a Smithy service

Smithy Server and Client Generator for TypeScript (Developer Preview)

We’re excited to announce the Developer Preview of Smithy’s server and client generators for TypeScript. This enables developers to write concise, type-safe code in the same model-first manner that AWS has used to develop its services. Smithy is AWS’s open-source Interface Definition Language (IDL) for web services. AWS uses Smithy and its internal predecessor to […]

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Feature toggle solution architecture

Build real-time feature toggles with Amazon DynamoDB Streams and Amazon API Gateway WebSocket APIs

Feature toggles (or feature flags) are a software development technique allowing developers to programmatically enable or disable features of an application. In practice, feature toggles control a system’s behavior by controlling conditional statements in the application code. Feature toggles have a number of use cases: Selectively enable or disable features – You can use feature […]

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Solution architecture

Integrating with Aarogya Setu Open API on AWS to ensure a safe workspace

The Indian government announced the Open API Service from Aarogya Setu (ASetu) in August, 2020. It enables organizations and business entities to fetch the COVID-19 risk status of their employees or any other ASetu app users. Most office spaces have a visitor management system that controls access or logs the identities of people entering the […]

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Using Custom Source Actions in AWS CodePipeline for Increased Visibility for Third-Party Source Control

Update: We’ve added webhook support to CodePipeline. See the architecture below for more details. In our previous post, Integrating Git with AWS CodePipeline, we demonstrated one way to integrate third-party Git repositories with AWS CodePipeline by using Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, and Amazon S3. That approach allows you to quickly integrate your Git repository […]

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