Front-End Web & Mobile

Building an application with AWS Amplify, Amazon Cognito, and an OpenID Connect Identity Provider

This post was written by Carlos Perea – Global Cloud Infrastructure Architect at AWS, Krithivasan Balasubramaniyan – Senior Consultant at AWS, and Edvin Hallvaxhiu – Security Consultant at AWS AWS Amplify is an end-to-end solution that enables mobile and front-end web developers to build and deploy secure, scalable full stack applications, powered by AWS. AWS […]

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Building Our Startup MVP – Why We Chose AWS Amplify

All of US Financial chooses AWS Amplify to build their fintech startup All of Us Financial is an online trading platform that offers retail investors an alternative to a traditional full-service brokerage. Built with the modern, individual investor in mind, All of Us offers service fee transparency and gives investors a portion of its commission […]

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Practical use cases for AWS AppSync Pipeline Resolvers – Part 1: Quota Management

This article was written by Salman Moghal, Application Architect, AWS, and Abdul Kitana, Security Architect, AWS Overview 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, […]

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Practical use cases for AWS AppSync Pipeline Resolvers – Part 2: Data Aggregation

  This article was written by Salman Moghal, Application Architect, AWS, and Abdul Kitana, Security Architect, AWS Overview 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, […]

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Practical use cases for AWS AppSync Pipeline Resolvers – Part 3: Heterogeneous Data Sources

  This article was written by Salman Moghal, Application Architect, AWS, and Abdul Kitana, Security Architect, AWS Overview 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, […]

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Use existing Cognito resources for your Amplify API, Storage and more

This post was written by Rene Brandel, Senior Product Manager, AWS In this guide you will learn how to integrate your existing Cognito User Pool & Federated Identities (Identity Pool) into an Amplify project. This will enable your GraphQL API (AppSync), Storage (S3) and other resources to leverage your existing authentication mechanism. AWS Amplify is […]

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Production Ready Application Built in Three Weeks Delivers Critical Help in Orange County United Way Covid-19 Response

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, Orange County United Way quickly identified that many local residents could face economic hardship, impacting their ability to pay rent. The organization knew that without assistance, certain populations may face the horrible reality of homelessness. In response, Orange County United Way mobilized their team to provide pandemic […]

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AppSync adds support for AWS WAF

This article was written by Brice Pellé, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS   AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that allows you to deploy Serverless GraphQL backends in the AWS cloud. With AppSync, you can have GraphQL backends that connect to multiple data sources, and that scale and grow with your usage. Whether you […]

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Building Scalable GraphQL APIs on AWS with CDK, TypeScript, AWS AppSync, Amazon DynamoDB, and AWS Lambda

AWS AppSync is a managed serverless 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 a single network call and API endpoint. With AppSync, developers can build scalable applications on a range of data sources, including Amazon […]

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