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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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Implement AWS AppSync custom authorization with pipeline resolvers

AWS AppSync is a fully managed serverless GraphQL service for application data with integrated real-time data queries, synchronization, communications, and offline programming features. The AppSync endpoints provide built-in fine-grained API security based on four different modes, always requiring authorization before allowing access to clients: API Keys (API_KEY) Amazon Cognito User Pools (AMAZON_COGNITO_USER_POOLS) OpenID Connect (OPENID_CONNECT) […]

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GraphQL API Security with AWS AppSync and Amplify

This article was written by Brice Pellé, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS AWS AppSync is a fully managed service which allows to deploy and interact with serverless scalable GraphQL backends on AWS. AppSync uses security best practices that AWS has developed operating large systems at scale in the cloud, with built-in DDoS protection in all […]

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Improving GraphQL Observability with AWS AppSync Tracing Support

This article was written by Heitor Lessa, Principal Specialist Serverless Lead AWS   Today, I’m excited to tell you about the new AWS X-Ray native integration with AWS AppSync released a couple of weeks ago. Previously, if you wanted to determine performance bottlenecks on GraphQL operations in AppSync, you had to rely on custom logging […]

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AWS AppSync and the GraphQL Info Object

This article was written by Brice Pellé, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS   AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that allows to deploy Serverless GraphQL backends in the AWS cloud. GraphQL is a data language for your API that makes it easy and straight forward to interact with multiple data sources. One of the […]

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Monitoring IoT devices in real time with AWS AppSync

This article was written by David Moser, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS IoT devices can generate a tremendous amount of data. Analytics in the cloud and at the edge turn this data into information. Ultimately, this information must be delivered to users. Often, the use case demands real-time access to the information as it changes. Consider […]

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Introducing the AWS Amplify Libraries for iOS and Android (Preview)

Amplify iOS and Amplify Android are now generally available (GA). Read the GA post to get started with the new libraries. Until today, building iOS and Android apps powered by AWS involved using the AWS service-centric handwritten or low level generated SDKs. To set up the backend, you would go to the AWS service console […]

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Amplify CLI announces new GraphQL transform feature for orchestrating multiple AI/ML use cases

The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. The launch of the Predictions category in the Amplify Framework, a few months ago, enabled developers to easily add AI/ML use cases to their web applications. Use cases such as translate text from one language to another, generated speech from […]

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