AWS Mobile Blog

Test iOS apps on AWS Device Farm using Appium – Part 3: Upload your iOS Application and TestNG tests to AWS Device Farm

With AWS Device Farm, you can quickly get started testing your Android, iOS, and FireOS apps on real devices in the AWS cloud. Simply upload your app, choose your test framework and the devices you want to test your app on, and start your test run. AWS Device Farm will provide the results of your […]

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Welcome Parse IoT Customers!

Guest post by Steve Johnson You may have heard the recent announcement that Facebook’s Parse Service will be retired over the next year.  Parse is recommending that current users migrate their products to alternative services such as Amazon Web Services (the recently open-sourced Parse server runs great on Amazon EC2). For Internet of Things (IoT) […]

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Transition Guide: Parse Analytics to Amazon Mobile Analytics

Update: April 30, 2018: We’ve discontinued Amazon Mobile Analytics. Amazon Pinpoint now provides the analytics features that Amazon Mobile Analytics previously offered. If you’re new to Mobile Analytics, you can integrate the mobile analytics features of Amazon Pinpoint into your app. If you currently use Amazon Mobile Analytics, you can migrate to Amazon Pinpoint. As […]

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How to set up Parse Server on AWS using AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Facebook recently announced that they are shutting down Parse and that users have one year to migrate their apps to alternative infrastructures. We are working closely with Parse to provide a migration path.  AWS offers a variety of features for building and running mobile apps, including user identity, push notifications, storage, content delivery, app testing […]

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Set Up Continuous Testing with Appium, AWS CodeCommit, Jenkins, and AWS Device Farm

AWS Device Farm is an app testing service that enables you to test your native, hybrid, and web apps on real Android and iOS devices hosted in the AWS Cloud. A test report containing high-level results, low-level logs, pixel-to-pixel screenshots, and performance data is updated as tests are completed. The purpose of this walkthrough is […]

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AWS SDK for Unity Is Now Part of AWS SDK for .NET

In May 2015, we announced the general availability of the AWS SDK for Unity. Since then we have added support for many AWS services, including Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS), AWS Lambda, and Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS). We have also been incorporating feedback we have received along the way. The AWS SDK […]

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