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Category: AWS AppSync

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 […]

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 […]

AWS AppSync releases new guided API builder

Today, we’re launching a new guided API builder for AWS AppSync. Before today, knowing GraphQL was a prerequisite for building an AWS AppSync API because AWS AppSync is powered by GraphQL. GraphQL is a powerful API query language that allows your backend and applications to perform complex data fetching in a single round trip for […]

Announcing the AWS Amplify CLI toolchain

September 14, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. 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, […]

AWS AppSync adds quick-start sample for Amazon Aurora

AWS AppSync has support for a wide variety of data storage options—including Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElasticSearch Service, and AWS Lambda.  Today, we’re announcing the availability of a quick-start that connects to Amazon Aurora MySQL mode using AWS Lambda.  You create this connection using a Lambda function that executes a SQL statement (provided by an AWS […]

AWS AppSync releases an enhanced “no-code” GraphQL API builder, HTTP resolvers, new built-in scalar types, and SDK cache abstraction

September 14, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. This past week at the AWS Summit – New York, we announced some new features for AWS AppSync and the client SDK. We’ve been working closely with developers in the community to enhance their experience in building applications, and the […]

User settings sync for Android with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is generally shown as a key-value pair, where the keys and values […]

User settings sync for iOS with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is generally shown as a key-value pair, where the keys and values […]

Build a user settings store with AWS AppSync

Amazon Cognito Sync is a service that you can use for syncing application-related user profile data across devices. The client library caches the data locally so that the app can read and write data, regardless of the device connectivity state. The data stored is limited to key-value pairs where the keys and values are both […]

Use a custom domain with AWS AppSync, Amazon CloudFront, and Amazon Route 53

  Update: AWS AppSync now supports custom domain names as a feature. Visit the blog post that describes the feature, and the documentation for more details.     Most of the time, AWS AppSync can use any domain name because a user doesn’t type in the name of the GraphQL endpoint—it’s embedded in an app. […]