Front-End Web & Mobile

Category: Announcements

Amplify CLI CDK v2 support

Use AWS CDK v2 with the AWS Amplify CLI extensibility features (Preview)

With v11.0.0-beta of the Amplify CLI, you can now use AWS CDK v2 to extend or modify your Amplify backend stack. As a recap, at re:Invent 2021, Amplify CLI (v7+) announced a number of extensibility features that gave developers the flexibility to modify their Amplify backend using infrastructure-as-code providers such as AWS CDK or AWS […]

New: Announcing custom primary key support for AWS Amplify DataStore

Amplify DataStore provides frontend app developers the ability to build real-time apps with offline capabilities by storing data on-device (web browser or mobile device) and automatically synchronizing data to the cloud and across devices on an internet connection. Since its initial release, DataStore has been opinionated with regards to the handling of model identifiers – […]

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NEW: Build React forms for any API in minutes with AWS Amplify Studio (no AWS Account required)

Today, AWS Amplify announces Amplify Studio form builder, the new way to build React form components for any API. Amplify Studio is a visual interface that helps customers build full-stack web and mobile apps faster. Developers can now generate cloud-connected React forms based on their app’s GraphQL data model or REST APIs in one click […]

AWS Amplify presents: “Hey, Amplify!” A Discord Bot

Today, we are announcing “Hey, Amplify!“, a Discord bot aimed at improving the community experience. The AWS Amplify community Discord server has grown to amass nearly 20,000 members since its beginning in May 2020. Over time we have observed how members use Discord and what can be challenging with many supported services and platforms being […]

NEW: Lazy loading & nested query predicates for AWS Amplify DataStore

Today, we’re announcing three major enhancements to Amplify DataStore to make working with relational data easier: lazy loading, nested query predicates, and type enhancements. DataStore provides frontend app developers the ability to build real-time apps with offline capabilities by storing data on-device (web browser or mobile device), and automatically synchronizing data to the cloud and […]

Deploy a Next.js 13 app to AWS with Amplify Hosting

Today, AWS Amplify Hosting announces Next.js 12 and 13 support. Your app can take advantage of Next.js features including server-side rendering (SSR), API routes, middleware, incremental static regeneration (ISR), and image optimization. In combination with Next.js feature support, Amplify Hosting is improving the experience of running Next.js apps on AWS: Faster builds. Next.js apps deploy […]

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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 […]