Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: AWS Amplify

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NEW: Build responsive Figma-to-React components with almost no code

Amplify Studio is excited to announce significant enhancements to responsive component design through Figma-to-Code! Just build your variants and customize your breakpoints – Amplify Studio does the heavy lifting by generating React components with your design decisions already built in. How it works Modern application design requires developers to design for all different screen sizes. […]

Announcing server-side filters GraphQL subscriptions with AWS Amplify

Today, AWS Amplify is launching the ability for you to filter real-time GraphQL subscription events service-side with Amplify CLI version 10.3.1. This gives developers the ability to optimize network traffic by only getting the real-time events for the data they care about. For example, for a live stream broadcasting website, developers can now filter the […]

Build real-time multi-user experiences using GraphQL on AWS Amplify

Today, AWS Amplify announces new real-time authorization capabilities enabling developers to build collaboration experiences with only a few lines of code. This features enables developers to share data between users by simply appending an “array” of data owners. Update to Amplify CLI version 10.3.1 and above and deploy your GraphQL API to enable this feature. […]

Introducing the AWS Amplify Library for Swift

The Amplify iOS team is announcing the release of version 2.0.0 of the Amplify Library for Swift. Please use this GitHub repo to inform the Amplify iOS team about features or issues, or visit the Amplify Discord server under the #swift-help channel. Highlights Below is a high-level breakdown of the features we are announcing with […]

Considerations when choosing Amazon Location Services Map Styles

Amazon Location Service offers nine different map styles to fit multiple use cases. How do you pick the right base map style for your application? And how does the base map you pick influence the rest of your application? In this post, we review the different map styles available with Amazon Location maps, as well […]

Building a full-stack chat application with AWS and NextJS

Modern chat apps require a rich set of features. These features include file storage, real-time updates, and the ability to fetch data on both the client and the server. Traditionally, this has meant stitching together many third-party services, or spending development time creating a custom solution. Furthermore, this slows down the time-to-market and introduces multiple […]

How to build a Chrome extension that integrates with Amplify resources

AWS Amplify is the fastest and easiest way to build cloud-powered mobile and web apps on AWS. Amplify comprises a set of tools and services that enables front-end web and mobile developers to leverage the power of AWS services to build innovative and feature-rich applications. Chrome extensions are a great way to build mini applications that […]

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NEW: Generate React UI components with nested list data from Figma designs using Amplify Studio

This blog post was written by Wesley Peck, Senior Product Manager – Technical at AWS Amplify. Component Slots are a new feature in Amplify Studio that allows you to customize the content of components from your UI Library. If you haven’t read through our previous posts in this series, take a look to learn how […]

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Build an e-Commerce site with Figma-to-React code using Component Slots and dynamic data

This blog post was written by Wesley Peck, Senior Product Manager – Technical at AWS Amplify. Component Slots are a new Amplify Studio feature that allows you to pass content as children of your components. Last time, we outlined how to pass static content into a component generated by AWS Amplify Studio. Now, we will […]

Build your own application for route optimization and tracking using AWS Amplify and Amazon Location Service

Many companies serve their customers “in the field.” These are broadly: 1) companies that have a field service business function, e.g., for the repair of equipment that they sell to their customers, and 2) companies that have a route sales business function, e.g., a Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) company’s own or contract employees stocking the […]