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Tag: Amazon API Gateway

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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Building a CI/CD pipeline for cross-account deployment of an AWS Lambda API with the Serverless Framework

Modern-day applications that reside on AWS have several distinct environments and accounts, such as dev, test, and staging. An application has to go through an elaborate process of deployment and testing in these environments before reaching its final destination. To achieve automated deployment of the application across different environments, you must use CI/CD pipelines. Different […]

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