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Tag: Android

Automatically build your Android app with AWS CodeBuild

“It worked on my machine.”  If you have been a developer for a while, you probably have heard this.  It is a lament for a bug that is hard to diagnose and points to some peculiar setup of the developer’s machine. You can fix this by including continuous integration in your tool arsenal.  When you […]

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Announcing AWS Mobile SDK v2.6 for Android and iOS

Recently, we released the AWS Mobile SDK v2.6.0 for Android and iOS. The release has new features that make it easier for iOS and Android developers to integrate AWS backend services into their apps.  The new features include: A configuration pattern that makes it easier for developers to get started, and to target production vs. […]

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Encrypting an Amazon S3 object on the client side with AWS KMS and the AWS Mobile SDK for Android

Starting with the AWS Mobile SDK for Android version 2.4.0, you have two options to encrypt client-side objects before sending them to Amazon S3: an AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master key (CMK) or a client-side master key.   Customer master key   When using an AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) for […]

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Get started with the AWS Device Farm CLI and Calabash Part 1: Creating a Device Farm Run for Android Calabash Test Scripts

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 that are 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. Device Farm allows you […]

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Getting started with Android testing on AWS Device Farm using Espresso – Part 3: Uploading your Android application to AWS Device Farm

AWS Device Farm is a service that allows you to test your Android, Fire OS, and iOS apps on real devices (not emulators or simulators) in the AWS Cloud. You can upload your apps to the cloud and run Fuzz tests to simulate random activity or leverage the built-in app explorer, which crawls your app and captures screenshots […]

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Getting started with Android testing on AWS Device Farm using Espresso – Part 2: Setting up Espresso and taking screenshots

AWS Device Farm is a service that allows you to test your Android, Fire OS, and iOS apps on real devices (not emulators or simulators) in the AWS Cloud. You can upload your apps to the cloud and run Fuzz tests to simulate random activity or leverage the built-in app explorer, which crawls your app and captures screenshots […]

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