AWS Mobile Blog

Category: Lambda

React serverless starter application with one-click AWS deployment and hosting

Serverless applications are more popular every day. Many developers want to implement completely serverless hosted websites that are functionally equivalent to traditional infrastructures. However, with serverless websites, it’s often tricky to deal with registration, sign-in, and MFA flows. It can also be difficult to manage API routing, CORS settings, endpoint authorization, and user authentication. Hooking […]

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Enhanced JavaScript development with AWS Mobile Hub

by Richard Threlkeld | on | in Lambda, S3 | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Introduction As the JavaScript ecosystem grows, we continue to invest to help customers build mobile and hybrid apps. Today, we released a feature in AWS Mobile Hub called Hosting and Streaming. This feature automates deployment of mobile websites in both test and production scenarios using Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront. It also helps developers streamline […]

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Targeted push notifications and campaign management using Amazon Pinpoint and React Native

This post was authored by Michael Labieniec, AWS Solutions Architect Amazon Pinpoint makes it easy to run targeted campaigns to drive user engagement with mobile apps. Using Amazon Pinpoint you can understand user behavior, determine which users to engage with your campaigns, determine which messages to send, schedule the best time to deliver the messages, […]

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Streaming videos to millions of mobile app users via Amazon CloudFront CDN

Update: March 17, 2017 This post has been updated to address a few operational issues and overall feedback from developers and internal teams. We hope you enjoy and please keep the comments and contributions flowing! Changes: If the Lambda function is/was not getting triggered after a video was uploaded to S3, see new note about […]

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How to Store Your App Photos in the Cloud Using Amazon S3 [tutorial and code samples]

About Welcome to the first installment of our blog series showing how to build some of the most popular end-to-end experiences used by mobile apps. In each installment, you’ll see how you can build these experiences – including the client (iOS and Android) and the backend (AWS services) – in just a few minutes. We’ll […]

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