AWS Mobile Blog

AWS CodePipeline adds support for AWS Device Farm as a test provider

AWS CodePipeline now supports AWS Device Farm as a test provider to deliver truly automated testing in your continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline. In a previous blog post “Build a CI/CD Pipeline for Your Android App with AWS Services,” Vinay Selvaraj walked you through building a complete CI/CD pipeline using AWS CodeCommit, AWS […]

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AWS AppSync releases an enhanced “no-code” GraphQL API builder, HTTP resolvers, new built-in scalar types, and SDK cache abstraction

This past week at the AWS Summit – New York, we announced some new features for AWS AppSync and the client SDK. We’ve been working closely with developers in the community to enhance their experience in building applications, and the features incorporate their feedback. The new features include: More sample schemas in the console. A […]

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User settings sync for Android with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is generally shown as a key-value pair, where the keys and values […]

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User settings sync for iOS with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is generally shown as a key-value pair, where the keys and values […]

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Build a user settings store with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is limited to key-value pairs where the keys and values are both […]

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New AWS Mobile Hub feature: Add an existing user pool to your Mobile Hub project

Using AWS Mobile Hub is a great way for you to get started with a mobile backend project because it abstracts away the complexity of configuring a new AWS service. It does this by defining a set of IAM policies for how your apps authenticated and unauthenticated users interact with the AWS service. Up until […]

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Use a custom domain with AWS AppSync, Amazon CloudFront, and Amazon Route 53

Most of the time, AWS AppSync can use any domain name because a user doesn’t type in the name of the GraphQL endpoint—it’s embedded in an app. However, there are cases when a custom domain name is required: Your security policies require a specific Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate to be used. You need to […]

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Android GraphQL subscriptions and support for complex objects in AWS AppSync

AWS AppSync and AWS Amplify have had several releases over the past few months. With AWS AppSync, you can easily apply real-time or offline features to an existing Amazon DynamoDB table. You can also provide complete GraphQL capabilities to your mobile and web applications, including search and discovery features. These features allow you to build […]

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AWS Amplify adds support for custom attributes in Amazon Cognito user pools

An Amazon Cognito user pool is a user directory for your web, mobile, or other applications.  In addition to the normal things you’d expect to store in an Amazon Cognito user pool (like a user name, email address, or phone number), you can also configure the user pool to hold any other information that you […]

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