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Changes coming to AWS Amplify’s SMS-based authentication workflows

Starting June 1, 2021, US telecom carriers require that you register an origination phone number before you can send SMS messages to US phone numbers. As a consequence of this new requirement, when you use AWS Amplify to enable SMS-based authentication workflows for your U.S. based app users after June 1st, you must now register […]

Host a Next.js SSR app with real-time data on AWS Amplify

UPDATE: Amplify Hosting now supports Next.js 12 and 13. Please visit our new launch blog to learn more. Today, AWS Amplify Hosting announced support for continuously deploying server-side rendering (SSR) apps built with Next.js. With this launch, AWS Amplify CI/CD and Hosting allows you to deploy hybrid Next.js apps that support both static and dynamic […]

DataStore + SQL data source architecture diagram

Connect Amplify DataStore with existing SQL datasources; adding offline and sync features in your application

This blog post was written by Brice Pellé – Principal Solution Architect – AWS AppSync. Amplify DataStore is a library that provides a programming model for leveraging shared and distributed data without writing additional code for offline and online scenarios. With the Amplify CLI, you can easily set up a new application that leverages AWS […]

Mobile and Front-End Live, May 25 | Registration Open

AWS is excited to announce its first free, virtual event for mobile and front-end web development. Mobile and Front-End LIVE takes place on May 25, 2021 and registration is now open. Learn how to accelerate mobile and front-end web development with AWS’ purpose built tools and services that support development workflows for iOS, Android, React […]

Swift Package Manager Support for Amplify

This article was written by Kyle Lee, AWS Senior Developer Advocate Up until now, if you wanted to use AWS Amplify in your iOS app, you would have to install the Amplify Libraries using CocoaPods. Being the most popular dependency manager used for iOS projects written in Objective-C and/or Swift for nearly a decade, it […]

Announcing the general availability of data management capabilities in the Admin UI

Today, AWS Amplify announced the general availability (GA) release of the Data Manager in the Admin UI. Launched at re:Invent 2020, the AWS Amplify Admin UI is an externally hosted console for frontend teams to visually create an app backend and manage their app content and users. Data management enables developers to visually browse app […]

Explore AWS AppSync APIs with GraphiQL from your local machine

This article was written by Eduardo Rabelo, Solutions Architect, AWS     AWS AppSync is a managed GraphQL service that simplifies application development by letting you create a flexible API to securely access, manipulate, and combine data from one or more data sources with less network calls. With AWS AppSync you can build scalable applications, […]

Integrating GraphQL and SQL with AWS AppSync, AWS Lambda and Amazon RDS Proxy

This article was written by Eduardo Rabelo, Solutions Architect, AWS Organizations choose to build APIs because it helps them develop secure applications faster as well as abstract and protect their backend services and databases. GraphQL is an API technology that empowers developers to query multiple databases, microservices, and APIs with a single endpoint in a […]

Real-time live sports updates with AWS AppSync

This article was written by Stefano Sandrini, Sr. Mobile Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS     AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that allows to deploy serverless GraphQL backends in the AWS Cloud. It provides features that developers can use to create modern data driven applications allowing to easily query multiple databases, microservices, and APIs […]

Major League Hacking Fellows: Recap of Winter 2020 Program

Last September we welcomed our second cohort of students from MLH Fellowship powered by Major League Hacking. AWS Amplify was part of the inaugural MLH cohort last Summer and it was a great experience — you can read about it here. In this cohort, we welcomed five students to our JavaScript team and CLI team […]