Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: AWS Amplify

The employee mobile application connects to Amazon Location’s Tracker via the Amazon Location SDK, once the latitude and longitude provided by the tracker crosses a geofence, an event is sent to EventBridge and a Lambda Function is triggered. This Lambda function updates DynamoDB via AppSync with the user’s information, marking them as safe or not. Another app, targeting the patrol officers, track the users and their safety status. Both mobile applications rely on Cognito for authentication and authorization. AWS Amplify is used by the mobile app to connect to Cognito, via Amplify Auth, and AppSync, via Amplify API and Amplify DataStore.

Create an iOS tracker application with Amazon Location Service and AWS Amplify

This article was written by Fernando Rocha Silva and Panna Shetty Emergency management teams are constantly tackling one crisis after another, whether it is managing the COVID pandemic or battling raging wild fires across California. These frontline workers venture into dangerous situations to rescue those in need, potentially risking their own lives. Firefighters go above […]

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Complete guide to full-stack CI/CD workflows with AWS Amplify

Today AWS Amplify launched new enhancements to it’s CI/CD workflow for full-stack deployments that include conditional backend deployments, automatic build-time generation of the Amplify cloud configuration (aws-exports.js file), and easy re-use of backends across Amplify apps. These features make it even simpler to set up a full-stack, production-ready web app on AWS. AWS Amplify offers […]

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Changes coming to AWS Amplify’s SMS-based authentication workflows

Starting June 1, 2021, US telecom carriers require that you register an origination phone number before you can send SMS messages to US phone numbers. As a consequence of this new requirement, when you use AWS Amplify to enable SMS-based authentication workflows for your U.S. based app users after June 1st, you must now register […]

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Restoring AWS Amplify project after deleting it from the cloud

This article was written by Olajide Enigbokan, Startup Solutions Architect, Startups In the process of using AWS Amplify, you may make mistakes. One of the mistakes you want to avoid involves mistakenly deleting your Amplify project. It would be a relief to have procedures in place to easily restore your Amplify project instead of having […]

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Host a Next.js SSR app with real-time data on AWS Amplify

This article was written by Nikhil Swaminathan, Principal Product Manager Technical, AWS. Today, AWS Amplify Hosting announced support for continuously deploying server-side rendering (SSR) apps built with Next.js. With this launch, AWS Amplify CI/CD and Hosting allows you to deploy hybrid Next.js apps that support both static and dynamic rendering of web pages. Amplify’ Hosting […]

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DataStore + SQL data source architecture diagram

Connect Amplify DataStore with existing SQL datasources; adding offline and sync features in your application

This blog post was written by Brice Pellé – Principal Solution Architect – AWS AppSync. Amplify DataStore is a library that provides a programming model for leveraging shared and distributed data without writing additional code for offline and online scenarios. With the Amplify CLI, you can easily set up a new application that leverages AWS […]

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FinTech Startup Credit Genie: Ultimate Speed from MVP to Growth

For many people, it’s easy to rack up thousands of dollars in personal debt. Lending institutions have invested heavily in the technology behind credit applications, creating convenient online credit application platforms. Getting a personal loan or credit card is as simple as filling in your details into a one-page form and clicking “submit.” In many […]

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Announcing the general availability of data management capabilities in the Admin UI

Today, AWS Amplify announced the general availability (GA) release of the Data Manager in the Admin UI. Launched at re:Invent 2020, the AWS Amplify Admin UI is an externally hosted console for frontend teams to visually create an app backend and manage their app content and users. Data management enables developers to visually browse app […]

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Power your MVP to Growth: How startup Busby selected their MVP technology to Scale

If you follow startups the story is familiar — friends have an idea, they decide it’s a worthwhile idea to pursue, they build a minimum viable product (MVP), take it to market and work on growing the business. Fortunately for some, they find early investors and customers who understand the solution and the founding team […]

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