AWS Mobile Blog

Adrian Hall

Author: Adrian Hall

Building fine-grained authorization using Amazon Cognito User Pools groups

This post was authored by Leo Drakopoulos, AWS Solutions Architect. User authentication and authorization can be challenging when building web and mobile apps. The challenges include handling user data and passwords, token-based authentication, managing fine-grained permissions, scalability, federation, and more. In this post, we show how to integrate authentication and authorization into an Angular web […]

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Testing Mobile Apps: A Primer

Why should you test your mobile app?  A recent study showed that almost a quarter of users only use a mobile app once, and a shocking 95% abandon an app within the first month.  Some of the reasons that users abandon an app are due to content and engagement.  The biggest non-content reasons for abandonment […]

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Integrate the AWS SDK for JavaScript into a React App

In our last blog post, I showed how to create a React app using the create-react-app tool provided by Facebook, and then deploy the app to a content delivery network driven by AWS Mobile Hub, Amazon S3, and Amazon CloudFront. This enables you to produce dynamic single page applications (SPAs) and serve them to a […]

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Automated Device Testing with AWS Device Farm and Jenkins

A strong indicator of quality of an app is its ability to run on multiple devices of different make, model, and manufacturer consistently and predictably. Incremental development models are at the core of every mobile app development team. Often a seemingly benign feature can be disruptive to the overall user experience and functioning of the […]

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Deploy a React App to S3 and CloudFront with AWS Mobile Hub

Single page applications (SPAs) are now ubiquitous. Every web developer needs to understand how to build them and how to deploy them to a web hosting facility of their choice. In this article, I am going to look at what it takes to create and build a basic React app and deploy it globally to the […]

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Using Amazon DynamoDB Document API with the AWS Mobile SDK for Android – Part 2

In the first part of this blog, we introduced you to the Amazon DynamoDB Document API. This API is a mechanism for accessing data in DynamoDB that doesn’t require you to map models to the data. Instead, you access the data through standard accessor methods on a standard Document object. In this blog post, we […]

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