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Supporting backend and internal processes with AWS AppSync multiple authorization types

Imagine a scenario where you created a mobile or web application that uses a GraphQL API built on top of AWS AppSync and Amazon DynamoDB tables. Another backend or internal process such as an AWS Lambda function now needs to update data in the backend tables. A new feature in AWS AppSync lets you grant […]

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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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Amplify Framework adds support for AWS Lambda Triggers in Auth and Storage categories

The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. Today, we’re happy to announce that you can set up AWS Lambda triggers directly from the Amplify CLI. Using Lambda triggers, you can call event-based Lambda functions for authentication, database actions, and storage operations from other AWS services like Amazon […]

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Deploy files stored on Amazon S3, Dropbox, or your Desktop to the AWS Amplify Console

This article was written by Nikhil Swaminathan, Sr. Product Manager, AWS. AWS Amplify recently launched a manual deploy option, providing you with the ability to host a static web app without connecting to a Git repository. You can deploy files stored on your desktop, Amazon S3, or files stored with any cloud provider. The Amplify […]

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Deploy a VueJS app with the Amplify Console using AWS CloudFormation

This article was written by Simon Thulbourn, Solutions Architect, AWS. Developers and Operations people love automation. It gives them the power to introduce repeatability into their applications. The provisioning of infrastructure components is no different. Being able to create and manage resources through the use of AWS CloudFormation is a powerful way to run and rerun […]

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Amplify Framework adds support for AWS Lambda functions and Amazon DynamoDB custom indexes in GraphQL schemas

Written by Kurt Kemple, Sr. Developer Advocate at AWS, Nikhil Dabhade, Sr. Product Manager at AWS, & Me! The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. Today, we’re happy to announce new features for the Function and API categories in the Amplify CLI. It’s now possible to add […]

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Using multiple authorization types with AWS AppSync GraphQL APIs

Written by Ionut Trestian, Min Bi, Vasuki Balasubramaniam, Karthikeyan, Manuel Iglesias, BG Yathi Raj, and Nader Dabit Today, AWS announced that AWS AppSync now supports configuring more than one authorization type for GraphQL APIs. You can now configure a single GraphQL API to deliver private and public data. Private data requires authenticated access using authorization […]

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Getting more visibility into GraphQL performance with AWS AppSync logs

Written by Shankar Raju, SDE at AWS & Nader Dabit, Sr. Developer Advocate at AWS. Today, we are happy to announce that AWS AppSync now enables you to better understand the performance of your GraphQL requests and usage characteristics of your schema fields. You can easily identify resolvers with large latencies that may be the […]

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Use the Amplify Console with incoming webhooks to trigger deployments

Written by Nikhil Swaminathan, Sr. Product Manager (Tech) at AWS. The Amplify Console recently launched support for incoming webhooks. This feature enables you to use third-party applications such as Contentful and Zapier to trigger deployments in the Amplify Console without requiring a code commit. You can use headless CMS tools such as Contentful with the […]

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Amplify Framework announces new Amazon Aurora Serverless and GraphQL Transform features for building AWS AppSync APIs

The Amplify Framework is an open-source project for building cloud-enabled applications. Today, we’re happy to announce new features for the GraphQL Transform library, which is part of the AWS Amplify command line interface (CLI). The GraphQL Transform library enables you to quickly deploy scalable AWS AppSync backends for your web and mobile applications. In this […]

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