Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: Database

AWS AppSync offline reference architecture – powered by the Amplify DataStore

This article was written by Fernando Dingler, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS   Modern mobile and web applications are built to provide delightful and seamless user experiences. As users we have become more demanding and we expect a great user experience for the mobile apps we interact with on a daily basis. For example, if we […]

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Creating a Python WebSocket client for AWS AppSync real-time subscriptions

This article was written by Steve Johnson, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS     AWS AppSync is a managed service that uses GraphQL to make it easy for applications to get exactly the data they need on AWS. One of the great things about writing clients for AppSync is that GraphQL queries and mutations can […]

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GraphQL API Security with AWS AppSync and Amplify

This article was written by Brice Pellé, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS AWS AppSync is a fully managed service which allows to deploy and interact with serverless scalable GraphQL backends on AWS. AppSync uses security best practices that AWS has developed operating large systems at scale in the cloud, with built-in DDoS protection in all […]

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Improving GraphQL Observability with AWS AppSync Tracing Support

This article was written by Heitor Lessa, Principal Specialist Serverless Lead AWS   Today, I’m excited to tell you about the new AWS X-Ray native integration with AWS AppSync released a couple of weeks ago. Previously, if you wanted to determine performance bottlenecks on GraphQL operations in AppSync, you had to rely on custom logging […]

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AWS AppSync and the GraphQL Info Object

This article was written by Brice Pellé, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS   AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that allows to deploy Serverless GraphQL backends in the AWS cloud. GraphQL is a data language for your API that makes it easy and straight forward to interact with multiple data sources. One of the […]

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Simplify access to multiple microservices with AWS AppSync and AWS Amplify

This article was written by Faraz Masood, Cloud Architect, AWS   Modern applications and architectures are created with microservices in mind, and the ever evolving nature of each service makes it difficult to build and maintain a single API for multiple clients. Rapid iteration in the development cycle can benefit from an unified API interface […]

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Improving GraphQL API performance and consistency with AWS AppSync Caching and DynamoDB Transactions support

AWS AppSync is a managed GraphQL service that simplifies application development by letting you create a flexible API to securely access, manipulate, and combine data from one or more data sources. Different data sources are often optimized for different use cases and may deliver data at different speeds. The underlying data fields defined in the […]

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Integrating alternative data sources with AWS AppSync: Amazon Neptune and Amazon ElastiCache

This article was written by Josh Kahn, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS   Since its launch at AWS re:Invent 2017, AWS AppSync has grown the number of and types of natively supported data sources. Today, AppSync supports NoSQL (Amazon DynamoDB), search (Amazon Elasticsearch Service), and relational (Amazon Aurora Serverless) data sources among others. AppSync allows customers […]

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Building progressive web apps with the Amplify Framework and AWS AppSync

This article was written by Rob Costello, Solutions Architect, AWS September 14, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Many organizations regularly collect valuable data about employees’ or customers’ experiences or concerns using polls or surveys. For this scenario, a client application should perform the following tasks: Present different […]

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Developing and testing GraphQL APIs, Storage and Functions with Amplify Framework Local Mocking features

This article was written by Ed Lima, Sr. Solutions Architect, AWS and Sean Grove, OneGraph In fullstack application development, iteration is king. At AWS, we’re constantly identifying steps in the process of shipping product that slow iteration, or sap developer productivity and happiness, and work to shorten it. To that end, we’ve provided cloud APIs, serverless […]

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