Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: AWS Amplify

Building Scalable GraphQL APIs on AWS with CDK, TypeScript, AWS AppSync, Amazon DynamoDB, and AWS Lambda

AWS AppSync is a managed serverless GraphQL service that simplifies application development by letting you create a flexible API to securely access, manipulate, and combine data from one or more data sources with a single network call and API endpoint. With AppSync, developers can build scalable applications on a range of data sources, including Amazon […]

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SSR Support for AWS Amplify JavaScript Libraries

AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that enable mobile and front-end web developers to build secure, scalable full stack applications powered by AWS. It consists of three main components: a set of open source libraries and UI components for adding cloud-powered functionalities, a CLI toolchain to create and manage cloud backends, and […]

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Meet our MLH Fellows

Building Amplify as Open Source Software has given us many advantages — for one, it’s enabled us to accelerate development and work alongside our developers. We are always on the lookout for initiatives to grow our open source community. As COVID started to affect student internships Worldwide, the folks at Major League Hacking (MLH) started […]

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Organizing your AWS resources using Tags with the Amplify CLI

Blog post written by Sebastian Crossa, an Open Source contributor from the MLH Fellowship program. In this guide, you’ll learn how to get up and running with tagging resources with Amplify CLI. AWS Amplify enables mobile & web developers to build full stack serverless apps. The Amplify CLI helps developers to create backend resources through […]

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Using RxJava with AWS’ Amplify Android Library

This article was written by Jameson Williams, Senior Software Engineer, AWS. Today I’m going to talk about Reactive Extensions (RxJava), and how you can use them with AWS’ Amplify Framework. This blog is mostly geared towards readers who are new to “Rx.” The Amplify Android library is AWS’ preferred means for interacting with AWS from an Android device. […]

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Announcing AWS Amplify Flutter (Developer Preview)

This post was written by Ashish Nanda, Software Development Engineer, AWS Amplify The popularity of cross-platform mobile development in general, and the Flutter ecosystem in particular, has been growing rapidly over the last few years. Developers are increasingly looking to build immersive and feature-rich, cloud powered applications for multiple platforms using a single framework and […]

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Delivering Video at Scale in Mobile and Web Applications with Orangetheory Fitness

This post was written by Ashwin Raghuraman, Solutions Architect, AWS and Pedro C. González, Enterprise Solutions Architect, Orangetheory Fitness Orangetheory Fitness is a health and fitness company that combines science, coaching and technology to create maximum results for their customers from heart rate based workouts.  Using a formula that combines heart rate metrics and a proprietary […]

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How to use Lambda layers with the Amplify CLI

This post was written by Rene Brandel, Senior Product Manager, AWS In this guide you will learn how to create, deploy and leverage Lambda layers & the Amplify CLI to reuse code & assets across serverless functions. AWS Amplify enables mobile & web developers to build full stack serverless apps. The Amplify CLI helps developers […]

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Building a Cash Flow App with Amplify DataStore and SwiftUI

This article was written by Kyle Lee, Sr. Developer Advocate, AWS. In May 2020, AWS launched the open-source Amplify Libraries for both iOS and Android, adding to AWS Amplify’s set of tools and services for mobile and front-end web developers. Amplify Libraries make it easy for developers to implement common features like authentication, data synchronization, […]

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