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Deploying a web application using AWS Amplify Gen 2 with GitLab as the Repository on AWS

Deploying a web application using AWS Amplify Gen 2 with GitLab as the Repository on AWS

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, businesses and developers alike are constantly seeking efficient ways to deploy web applications rapidly and securely. AWS Amplify Gen 2, coupled with GitLab’s robust version control system, offers a streamlined solution to this challenge. While AWS Amplify Hosting supports various repository options, this blog will guide you through deploying an […]

Extensibility functionality in AWS Amplify

New in AWS Amplify: Integrate with SQL databases, OIDC/SAML providers, and the AWS CDK

Welcome to “Extensibility Day” of AWS Amplify’s Launch Week! With Amplify Gen 2, we’re providing four new capabilities to customize your app according to your business need. Today, we’re announcing the ability to: Integrate with existing data sources (including PostgreSQL or MySQL databases) Authenticate with any OpenID Connect (OIDC) or SAML authentication provider Customize any […]

New in AWS Amplify: Expanded Fullstack Deployment Capabilities for Teams of All Sizes

Today, we’re excited to announce new team environment workflows as a part of AWS Amplify Gen 2. We’ve improved team collaboration in three ways: 1/ making the development lifecycle faster and more powerful, 2/ improving the core functionality of our own platform, and 3/ offering greater flexibility for customers to integrate Amplify within their existing […]

Amplify Functions: Create serverless functions using TypeScript, powered by AWS Lambda

AWS Amplify is excited to announce the general availability of its Function offering for Gen 2. Amplify Functions are defined, authored, and consumed using TypeScript; whether they be a handler for your custom queries and mutations, or a trigger for your authentication resource. Under the hood, Amplify Functions are powered by AWS Lambda; however, Amplify […]

Amplify Storage: Now with fullstack TypeScript, powered by Amazon S3

We are delighted to share with you a brand new experience for file storage using AWS Amplify! This powerful storage solution seamlessly integrates with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and offers developers greater control and flexibility over their file structure via Amplify’s fullstack TypeScript developer experience. Whether you’re an experienced developer or new to […]

Deploy a Single-page Application in less than 10 minutes using Amazon CodeCatalyst

Amazon CodeCatalyst is a unified software development and delivery service, enables software development teams to quickly and easily plan, develop, collaborate on, build, and deliver applications on AWS. Amazon CodeCatalyst provides actions, a collection of pre-built building pieces that are simple to integrate. Actions meet the demands to increase developer productivity and optimize development by automating […]

Fullstack TypeScript: Reintroducing AWS Amplify

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of AWS Amplify Gen 2, a fullstack TypeScript experience for building cloud-connected apps. AWS Amplify helps you accomplish two jobs: Host your web app Build and connect to a cloud backend With Amplify Gen 2, every part of your app’s cloud backend is defined in TypeScript. Need […]

The evolution of full-stack development with AWS Amplify

To cater to the delivery of increasingly fast and personalised experiences, the way web applications are built and rendered has evolved significantly over the years. Along the way, the role of the developers who build them has also changed to reflect this evolution. In this post, you will learn about the progression of full-stack web […]

Building a Secure GraphQL API with AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync

Building a Secure GraphQL API with AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync

Client-side web development with frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue have become incredibly popular. At the same time, GraphQL has emerged as an alternative to REST for building robust, efficient APIs. However, using GraphQL APIs from client-side code comes with unique challenges compared to REST. One major roadblock is handling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) when […]