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Category: AWS AppSync

Enduring Race Pace: How IMSA delivers real-time GTP telemetry to the fans

This post was written in collaboration with David McSpadden, Sr. Director, Systems Technology at IMSA Figure 1: One of the ten GTP cars competing at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona Introduction In the motorsports world, the speed of the cars on track demands that the data keeps up. IMSA, The International Motor Sports Association, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Control GraphQL execution complexity, query depth, and introspection with AWS AppSync

This article is written by Erik Yang with contributions from Eric Robertson AWS AppSync recently announced new configuration options that make it easier for customers to configure limits to how their APIs can be consumed. These options allow customers to set a maximum number of resolvers per query, a maximum depth of queried data, and […]

Create a Fullstack, Sample Web App powered by Amazon Bedrock

In this post we will walk you through creating a fullstack, sample web app that uses Amazon Bedrock to create generative AI-powered application features and user experiences. Your sample app will include: A React frontend web application, built with Amplify UI components, that supports both end user chat interactions with Amazon Bedrock foundational models, and […]

Social graphic launching AppSync GraphQL API for Amazon Aurora database

Build a GraphQL API for your Amazon Aurora MySQL database using AWS AppSync and the RDS Data API

Today, we’re excited to announce that AWS AppSync now makes it easier for customers to create GraphQL APIs based on the the tables of their existing MySQL and PostgreSQL databases running on Amazon Aurora clusters configured with the Data API. When building APIs for existing databases, developers typically have to build an interface that accurately […]

Featured image on how to connect GraphQL API to existing MySQL and PostgreSQL databases

Create a GraphQL API for any existing MySQL and PostgreSQL database

We’re excited to announce a new capability that makes it easy to build scalable, secure GraphQL interfaces over your existing relational databases with AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). Provide the AWS Amplify GraphQL API CDK construct with your database credentials stored securely in AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store as a SecureString, and start authoring your […]