Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: How-To

JavaScript resolvers: now supporting additional array methods and arrow functions

AWS AppSync pipeline resolvers and functions now support additional array methods and arrow functions

AWS AppSync is a managed service that makes it easy to build scalable APIs that connect applications to data. Developers use AppSync every day to build GraphQL APIs that interact with data sources like Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Lambda, and HTTP APIs. With AppSync, developers can write their resolvers using JavaScript, and run their code on […]

Building high-quality, cost-effective apps in Southeast Asia with Amazon Location Service

Amazon Location Service is a fully-managed service that makes it easy for you to add location data and functionality such as maps, search, and routing to your applications. With Amazon Location Service, you can access high-quality data from multiple data providers, giving you the flexibility to choose the provider with the best data for your […]

re:Invent 2022 Wrapped: a Playlist for Web and Mobile App Developers

With 2022 in the rear view, re:Invent attendees have since unpacked their swag and organized a few gigabytes of photos from presentations, booth visits, and evening events. Those who attended virtually have long lists of notes, bookmarks, and questions for the AWS Amplify Discord. Finally, developers that weren’t able to attend are likely asking, “What […]

fullstack NextJS with MongoDB AD

The fullstack guide to using AWS AppSync and MongoDB Atlas

AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that makes it simple to build scalable APIs for web and mobile applications. It allows you to create APIs that access data from a variety of sources, including databases, serverless functions, and other AWS services. With AWS AppSync, you can build APIs that support real-time data via WebSockets, […]

Text to Speech on Android Using AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify offers many categories that focus on making specific uses cases easier to implement using a variety of AWS Services under the hood. The Amplify Predictions category enables you to integrate machine learning into your application without any prior machine learning experience. In this blog post, you will learn how to use the Predictions category […]

AWS Amplify presents: “Hey, Amplify!” A Discord Bot

Today, we are announcing “Hey, Amplify!“, a Discord bot aimed at improving the community experience. The AWS Amplify community Discord server has grown to amass nearly 20,000 members since its beginning in May 2020. Over time we have observed how members use Discord and what can be challenging with many supported services and platforms being […]

Getting Started with AWS Amplify on macOS

The latest release of the AWS Amplify Libraries for Swift addresses the most popular issue on the Amplify Swift (formerly Amplify iOS) GitHub repo, macOS support. The Amplify Libraries are now in Developer Preview for macOS and support Analytics, API, Auth, DataStore, Geo, and Storage. In this blog post, you will learn to use Amplify […]

Using Async/Await with AWS Amplify Libraries for Swift

With the release of the AWS Amplify Libraries for Swift, one of the most anticipated features is now generally available to iOS and macOS developers, async/await. Async/await is part of structured concurrency which allows developers to write asyncronous code in an easy-to-read manner by reducing the amount of callback blocks or chained operations with reactive frameworks […]

Implementing passwordless email authentication with Amazon Cognito

Having to remember passwords can be a pain, especially for passwords that you don’t use often. Like most people, you too are probably familiar with having to click the “forgot password” link or button on websites and apps. Many people are tempted to use bad practices such as using short passwords, using easily guessable passwords, […]