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Tag: AppSync

Use Generative AI and Next.js with AWS Amplify to build a Fullstack Recipe Generator

Use Generative AI and Next.js with AWS Amplify to build a Fullstack Recipe Generator

Let’s dive into the world of Generative AI, Next.js, AWS Amplify, and Amazon Bedrock supercharged by Claude 3. In this guide, we’ll walk you through creating a recipe generator app where users can input a list of ingredients, and Claude 3 will generate delicious recipes based on their selection. In November 2023, AWS Amplify unveiled the public […]

Create a Fullstack, Sample Web App powered by Amazon Bedrock

In this post we will walk you through creating a fullstack, sample web app that uses Amazon Bedrock to create generative AI-powered application features and user experiences. Your sample app will include: A React frontend web application, built with Amplify UI components, that supports both end user chat interactions with Amazon Bedrock foundational models, and […]

Social graphic launching AppSync GraphQL API for Amazon Aurora database

Build a GraphQL API for your Amazon Aurora MySQL database using AWS AppSync and the RDS Data API

Today, we’re excited to announce that AWS AppSync now makes it easier for customers to create GraphQL APIs based on the the tables of their existing MySQL and PostgreSQL databases running on Amazon Aurora clusters configured with the Data API. When building APIs for existing databases, developers typically have to build an interface that accurately […]

Build a Real-time, WebSockets API for Amazon Bedrock

Generative AI is transforming the way applications interface with data, which in turn is creating new challenges for application developers building with generative AI services like Amazon Bedrock. Amazon Bedrock is the easiest way to build and scale generative AI applications with foundation models (FMs). Amazon Bedrock, a fully managed service, offers a choice of […]

Connect Amazon Bedrock to your data with AWS AppSync and GraphQL

This post describes how you can leverage AWS AppSync and GraphQL APIs to seamlessly connect your Amazon Bedrock FMs and Agents to both public APIs and to your private APIs and databases. Amazon Bedrock is a generative AI service, and is the easiest way to build and scale generative AI applications with foundation models (FMs). […]

Architecture Patterns for AWS AppSync Private APIs

AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that enables developers to create GraphQL APIs that securely access, manipulate and combine data from one or more data sources. Recently, AWS announced the support for AWS AppSync Private APIs to help customers restrict access to your GraphQL APIs to API consumers within a private network, such as […]

Query Heterogeneous Data Sources through AWS AppSync GraphQL APIs

AWS AppSync and Amazon API Gateway are managed API services designed to provide a unified endpoint enabling front end clients to access resources stored in various data sources. This article underscores the advantages of employing AppSync as the API solution for external clients to access your data sources via GraphQL. Introduction GraphQL, an API protocol, […]

Connect a React app to GraphQL and DynamoDB with AWS CDK and Amplify

Today, we’re excited to announce the official AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) construct for Amplify’s GraphQL APIs capabilities. With Amplify’s GraphQL API CDK construct, you can create a real-time GraphQL API backed by data sources such as Amazon DynamoDB tables or AWS Lambda functions using a single GraphQL schema definition. (View on Construct Hub) Launching […]

AWS AppSync WebSockets-based subscriptions for real-time updates now support nested filtering

AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that enables developers to build digital experiences based on real-time data. With AppSync, you can configure data sources to push and publish real-time data updates to subscribed clients. AppSync handles connection management, scalability, fan-out and broadcasting, allowing you to focus on your application business needs instead of managing […]

AWS AppSync Merged APIs Best Practices: Part 3 – Security

In this AWS AppSync Merged API – Best practices series, we cover important topics for developers, architects, and security engineers who are creating and managing AWS AppSync Merged and Source APIs. This multi-part series discusses best practices on schema composition, security, deployment and testing and subscriptions for Merged APIs. AWS AppSync offers Merged APIs, which […]