Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: Artificial Intelligence

Integrating Amazon Location Service with AWS AI/ML services

Amazon Location, announced in re:Invent 2020, is a service that lets you add location data to your applications including maps, points of interests, geocoding, and tracking. It provides cost-effective location-based service using high quality data from trusted providers – Esri and HERE. The service anonymizes all queries sent to data providers by removing customer metadata […]

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Amplify + Vue 3

Amplify JavaScript releases support for Vue 3

Today, Amplify JavaScript adds support for version 3 of Vue JS to accompany current Vue support. The Amplify open-source client libraries provide use-case centric, opinionated, declarative, and easy-to-use interfaces across different categories of cloud powered operations enabling mobile and web developers to easily interact with their backends. These libraries are powered by the AWS cloud […]

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Use an existing S3 bucket or DynamoDB table for your Amplify project

AWS Amplify is the fastest and easiest way to build cloud-powered mobile and web apps on AWS. Amplify comprises a set of tools and services that enables front-end web and mobile developers to leverage the power of AWS services to build innovative and feature-rich applications. With today’s Amplify CLI release, we’re extending the newly announced […]

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Introducing the AWS Amplify Libraries for iOS and Android (Preview)

Amplify iOS and Amplify Android are now generally available (GA). Read the GA post to get started with the new libraries. Until today, building iOS and Android apps powered by AWS involved using the AWS service-centric handwritten or low level generated SDKs. To set up the backend, you would go to the AWS service console […]

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Amplify CLI announces new GraphQL transform feature for orchestrating multiple AI/ML use cases

The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. The launch of the Predictions category in the Amplify Framework, a few months ago, enabled developers to easily add AI/ML use cases to their web applications. Use cases such as translate text from one language to another, generated speech from […]

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Announcing the new Predictions category in Amplify Framework

The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. Today, AWS announces a new category called “Predictions” in the Amplify Framework. Using this category, you can easily add and configure AI/ML uses cases for your web and mobile application using few lines of code. You can accomplish these use […]

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Using Amazon Rekognition to detect celebrities in an iOS app

This article was written by Prashant Pawan Pisipati, Sr. Product Manager, Alexa. Picture yourself watching a movie or TV series. You see an actor on screen that looks very familiar, but you just can’t seem to remember their name or where you’ve seen them before. Today, if you’re watching an Amazon Prime Video, you get […]

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