AWS Mobile Blog

Accessing Your User Pools using the Amazon Cognito Identity SDK for JavaScript

Introduction In April, we launched the beta version of a new Amazon Cognito feature called Your User Pools. Among other functionality, the User Pools feature makes it easy for developers to add sign-up and sign-in functionality to web apps. AWS Mobile SDKs for Android, JavaScript, and iOS are available with this beta launch. In this […]

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Using Android SDK with Amazon Cognito Your User Pools

by Mahesh Reddy | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Introduction Last month AWS launched the beta version of  Amazon Cognito User Pools. With this feature, you can easily add sign-up and sign-in functionality to your mobile and web applications. You get a simple to use, fully managed service for creating and maintaining a user directory which can scale to hundreds of millions of users. You […]

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Announcing Your User Pools in Amazon Cognito

by David Behroozi | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Introduction Today, AWS launched the Beta release of a new Amazon Cognito feature, Cognito Identity User Pools, that makes it easy for you to add sign-up and sign-in functionality to your mobile and web apps. This feature provides a simple way to create and maintain your own user directory that can scale to hundreds of […]

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Predictive Maintenance with AWS IoT and Amazon Machine Learning

by John Renshaw | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Predictive maintenance is one of many appealing use cases for the Internet of Things (IoT). Using sensors to predict the health of a fleet of machines in the field can prevent down time without conducting unnecessary maintenance. Further, predictive maintenance allows for maintenance to be conducted at the most cost effective time. Allowing you to […]

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Use Your Own Certificate with AWS IoT

by Olawale Oladehin | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Introduction Earlier this week, AWS IoT released support for customers who need to use their own device certificates signed by their preferred Certificate Authority (CA). This is in addition to the support for AWS IoT generated certificates. The CA certificate is used to sign and issue device certificates, while the device certificates are used to […]

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Setting up Parse Server and MongoDB on AWS using CloudFormation

by Akshad Viswanathan | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As you may already know, Parse announced it will retire its operations by January 28, 2017. We recently published a step-by-step guide on how to migrate to the Parse Server using AWS Elastic Beanstalk with MongoLab (now mLab). In this blog we cover how to deploy both Parse Server (using Elastic Beanstalk) and a MongoDB instance (with Amazon EC2) […]

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Migrating from Parse Push to Amazon SNS

by Arjun Cholkar | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As you may already know, Parse announced that it will retire its operations by January 28, 2017. To help customers transition their Parse Core resources to another hosted provider like AWS, Parse open-sourced the Parse Server and published a migration guide. The guide, however, does not have a migration path for Parse Push and suggests […]

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Analyze device-generated data with AWS IoT and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

by Chetan Dandekar | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Sending device-generated data from AWS IoT to Amazon Elasticsearch Service enables several analytics and monitoring use cases such as performing full-text search for device error codes and visualizing device metrics in near real-time with Kibana. This blog post walks you through an end-to-end process of sending data to AWS IoT, indexing it in Amazon Elasticsearch, […]

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Unity V3 support in the AWS SDK for .NET is out of preview

by Karthik Saligrama | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Last month, we announced that the AWS SDK for Unity will be part of the AWS SDK for .NET with preview support for the AWS SDK for Unity. With today’s release, we are ready to label the AWS SDK for Unity as production ready. You can now upgrade the SDK simply by deleting the version […]

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

by Asha Chakrabarty | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

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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