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Category: AWS Mobile Hub

New AWS Mobile Hub feature: Add an existing user pool to your Mobile Hub project

Using AWS Mobile Hub is a great way for you to get started with a mobile backend project because it abstracts away the complexity of configuring a new AWS service. It does this by defining a set of IAM policies for how your apps authenticated and unauthenticated users interact with the AWS service. Up until […]

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Build a notes app with React Native, AWS AppSync, and AWS Amplify

At the recent AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, we launched AWS AppSync, a fully managed GraphQL service with real-time and offline capabilities, and AWS Amplify, a JavaScript library that simplifies connecting to AWS resources with specific framework support for React and React Native. Together, these provide you the basis for building cloud-connected native mobile applications […]

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The re:Invent recap: All the AWS Mobile sessions

AWS re:Invent 2017 was an amazing experience and it was great to connect with a lot of you!  The AWS AppSync announcement was one of the awesome developer announcements of re:Invent, and we loved spreading the word about the AWS Amplify library.  However, not everyone could be there – and those of you who were there […]

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Build, deploy, and test your web app’s performance for free with AWS Mobile Hub

According to a recent study, two-thirds of users access web applications on a mobile device, yet very few developers test their web applications on mobile devices. Today, we are adding web performance testing on mobile devices to AWS Mobile Hub. Combined with the recently announced awsmobile CLI, web developers can run a simple performance test […]

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Announcing AWS Amplify and the AWS Mobile CLI

The JavaScript ecosystem is thriving. Every day there are new use cases and functionality across web and mobile ecosystems. Developers are building highly interactive and functional applications across social, consumer, and enterprise spaces. We’ve spent a lot of time talking to these developers. They want to scale their applications quickly on cloud services, and they […]

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Building a Synchronization Framework for Android

This is the sixth and final part in a series on synchronizing data within an Android mobile app to the AWS Cloud.  Check out the full series: An Introduction to the Sync Framework for Android Building a ContentProvider for Android Using a ContentProvider in Android Mobile Apps Integrating Amazon Cognito with the Android AccountManager API […]

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Building a Synchronization Endpoint in AWS Mobile Hub

This is the fifth part in a six-part series on synchronizing data within an Android mobile app to the AWS Cloud.  Check out the full series: An Introduction to the Sync Framework for Android Building a ContentProvider for Android Using a ContentProvider in Android Mobile Apps Integrating Amazon Cognito with the Android AccountManager API Building a […]

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Integrating Amazon Cognito with the Android AccountManager API

This is the fourth part in a six-part series on synchronizing data within an Android mobile app to the AWS Cloud.  Check out the full series: An Introduction to the Sync Framework for Android Building a ContentProvider for Android Using a ContentProvider in Android Mobile Apps Integrating Amazon Cognito with the Android AccountManager API (this article) […]

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How to: Record User Sign-in on Android with Amazon Pinpoint

In a previous post, we introduced the AWS Mobile SDK v2.6.0 for Android and implemented user sign-in and sign-up with IdentityManager.  IdentityManager is a new capability in the AWS Mobile SDK that provides a native graphical interface for authentication.  We also showed how to add basic session analytics using Amazon Pinpoint. We want to show […]

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