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Using the AWS SDK for iOS Asynchronously – Part III: Using Grand Central Dispatch (GCD)

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) is a […]

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How Not to Throw Exceptions with the AWS SDK for iOS

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. Whenever early versions of the AWS […]

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Android Support in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse

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We’re pleased to announce support for the AWS SDK for Android in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, which you can find here. This blog post demonstrates how to get the S3 Uploader sample up and running with ease. Take a look and try it out. Please contact us if you need help with AWS SDK […]

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Using ProGuard with the AWS SDK for Android

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. With storage on mobile devices at […]

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Getting Metadata about the AWS Mobile SDKs

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. The AWS Mobile SDKs provide functionality […]

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Using the AWS SDK for iOS Asynchronously – Part II: AmazonRequestDelegate Best Practices

by Yosuke Matsuda | on | in S3 | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. In my previous post, I demonstrated […]

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Using the AWS SDK for iOS Asynchronously – Part I: Sync vs. Async

by Yosuke Matsuda | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. The AWS SDK for iOS offers […]

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AWS re:Invent Recap

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. Thanks to everyone who attended the […]

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Managing Credentials in Mobile Applications

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Version 2 of the AWS Mobile SDK This article and sample apply to Version 1 of the AWS Mobile SDK. If you are building new apps, we recommend you use Version 2. For details, please visit the AWS Mobile SDK page. This content is being maintained for historical reference. Every application that makes requests to […]

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AWS re:Invent

by Glenn Dierkes | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Several members of the AWS Mobile SDK team will be at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas later this month. We’ll be presenting two sessions, answering questions in the Developer Lounge, and assisting with the AWS re:Invent Code Challenge. Stop by to get your questions answered, compete in a Code Challenge, or just say hello. We […]

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