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Export Amplify backends to CDK and use with existing deployment pipelines

Today, AWS Amplify announces the ability to export Amplify CLI-generated backends as a Cloud Development Kit (CDK) stack and incorporate into existing CDK deployment pipelines. This new capability allows frontend developers to build their app backend quickly and, each time it is ready to ship, hand it over to DevOps teams to deploy to production. […]

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Extend Amplify backend with custom AWS resources using AWS CDK or CloudFormation

Today, AWS Amplify announces a new amplify add custom command to add any of the 175+ AWS services to an Amplify-created backend using the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) or AWS CloudFormation. The new ability to add custom resources enables developers to add additional resources beyond Amplify’s built-in use cases with a single command. AWS […]

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AWS Amplify announces the ability to override Amplify-generated resources using CDK

Override Amplify-generated backend resources using CDK

AWS Amplify announces the ability for developers to override Amplify-generated IAM, Cognito, S3, and DynamoDB resource configurations to best meet app requirements. With the new override capability, developers can easily configure their backend with Amplify-provided defaults but still customize fine-grained resource settings. AWS Amplify is the fastest and easiest way to build cloud-powered mobile and […]

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Enable Sign in with Apple on your app with AWS Amplify

This article was written by Anna Pfoertsch. In this guide you will learn how to build a simple social sign in page for your Amplify project using the AWS Amplify Admin UI’s new Sign in with Apple (SIWA) functionality. SIWA supplements Amplify’s currently supported Identity Providers (Google, Facebook, and Amazon), and continues to allow developers […]

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Getting Started with AWS Amplify DataStore Multi-Auth for Android

Managing which users have access to specific content is a problem that most modern apps face. With the recent release, AWS Amplify DataStore allows you to define multiple authorization (multi-auth) types for your GraphQL data schemas. Multi-auth types make it easier to manage user access and enable personalized content for users once they sign in. […]

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Getting Started with AWS Amplify DataStore Multi-Auth for iOS

Managing which users have access to specific content is a problem that most modern apps face. With the recent release, AWS Amplify DataStore allows you to define multiple authorization (multi-auth) types for your GraphQL data schemas. Multi-auth types make it easier to manage user access and enable personalized content for users once they sign in. […]

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Configure environment variables and secrets for your Lambda functions with Amplify CLI

With the recent release, Amplify CLI allows you to set environment variables and secrets for your Lambda functions. This feature is available as an advanced setting in Amplify’s “Function” category and allows you to configure environment variables and secrets interactively. The secrets configuration uses AWS Parameter Store backed by a “SecureString” parameter. In addition, this […]

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Complete guide to full-stack CI/CD workflows with AWS Amplify

Today AWS Amplify launched new enhancements to it’s CI/CD workflow for full-stack deployments that include conditional backend deployments, automatic build-time generation of the Amplify cloud configuration (aws-exports.js file), and easy re-use of backends across Amplify apps. These features make it even simpler to set up a full-stack, production-ready web app on AWS. AWS Amplify offers […]

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Restoring AWS Amplify project after deleting it from the cloud

This article was written by Olajide Enigbokan, Startup Solutions Architect, Startups In the process of using AWS Amplify, you may make mistakes. One of the mistakes you want to avoid involves mistakenly deleting your Amplify project. It would be a relief to have procedures in place to easily restore your Amplify project instead of having […]

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Host a Next.js SSR app with real-time data on AWS Amplify

This article was written by Nikhil Swaminathan, Principal Product Manager Technical, AWS. Today, AWS Amplify Hosting announced support for continuously deploying server-side rendering (SSR) apps built with Next.js. With this launch, AWS Amplify CI/CD and Hosting allows you to deploy hybrid Next.js apps that support both static and dynamic rendering of web pages. Amplify’ Hosting […]

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