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Category: AWS Amplify

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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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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Building an Android app with AWS Amplify – Part 2

This post has been deprecated. Instead, please see the new Amplify Android Getting Started tutorial to learn how to build Android mobile applications using AWS Amplify. This is part 2 of a two-part series of walkthroughs on how to build an AWS cloud-enabled Android mobile app with the AWS Amplify toolchain. In this post, we […]

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AWS Mobile gets Amplified: A new home for modern app development

In November 2017, we launched AWS Amplify, initially an open-source JavaScript library that makes it easier to develop cloud-connected mobile and web apps—and AWS AppSync, for creating a real-time and offline-capable data-layer API for your mobile and web apps. In the last 12 months, we’ve introduced significant additional capabilities for both AWS Amplify and AWS […]

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Building an Android app with AWS Amplify – Part 1

This post has been deprecated. Instead, please see the new Amplify Android Getting Started tutorial to learn how to build Android mobile applications using AWS Amplify. This walkthrough is part 1 of a two-part series on how to build an AWS cloud-enabled Android mobile app with the AWS Amplify toolchain. Suppose that you want to […]

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AWS Amplify simplifies development for iOS and Android developers

Today, we’re releasing an enhanced mobile client in the AWS Mobile SDKs for iOS and Android, which are part of the Amplify Framework. This client is designed to help native developers perform common authentication workflows with a simple, declarative programming model. The Amplify Framework is an open-source client project that you can use to build sophisticated cloud-powered […]

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Using Amazon Rekognition to detect celebrities in an iOS app

This article was written by Prashant Pawan Pisipati, Sr. Product Manager, Alexa. Picture yourself watching a movie or TV series. You see an actor on screen that looks very familiar, but you just can’t seem to remember their name or where you’ve seen them before. Today, if you’re watching an Amazon Prime Video, you get […]

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Announcing the AWS Amplify CLI toolchain

Today we’re launching the AWS Amplify Command Line Interface (CLI) toolchain for developers. AWS Amplify is an open-source library that you can use to build sophisticated cloud-powered mobile and web apps. Since the launch of the JavaScript library last year, we’ve received positive feedback, encouragement, and most importantly, contributions from the open-source and JavaScript communities. […]

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