AWS Mobile Blog

Tag: JavaScript

Developing and testing GraphQL APIs, Storage and Functions with Amplify Framework Local Mocking features

This article was written by Ed Lima, Sr. Solutions Architect, AWS and Sean Grove, OneGraph In fullstack application development, iteration is king. At AWS, we’re constantly identifying steps in the process of shipping product that slow iteration, or sap developer productivity and happiness, and work to shorten it. To that end, we’ve provided cloud APIs, serverless […]

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Announcing the new Predictions category in Amplify Framework

The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. Today, AWS announces a new category called “Predictions” in the Amplify Framework. Using this category, you can easily add and configure AI/ML uses cases for your web and mobile application using few lines of code. You can accomplish these use […]

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AWS AppSync releases Pipeline Resolvers, Aurora Serverless support, Delta Sync

AWS AppSync, a Serverless GraphQL backend for providing data to mobile and web applications, has been steadily releasing features over the past year since launching at re:Invent 2017. Today, we’re happy to release several new service and client features for AWS AppSync that can greatly enhance the way you build client applications and provide data […]

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Android GraphQL subscriptions and support for complex objects in AWS AppSync

AWS AppSync and AWS Amplify have had several releases over the past few months. With AWS AppSync, you can easily apply real-time or offline features to an existing Amazon DynamoDB table. You can also provide complete GraphQL capabilities to your mobile and web applications, including search and discovery features. These features allow you to build […]

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AWS Amplify adds support for custom attributes in Amazon Cognito user pools

An Amazon Cognito user pool is a user directory for your web, mobile, or other applications.  In addition to the normal things you’d expect to store in an Amazon Cognito user pool (like a user name, email address, or phone number), you can also configure the user pool to hold any other information that you […]

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Building a serverless real-time chat application with AWS AppSync

Today, most digital media usage originates from mobile devices. People interact with their apps using multiple devices, over a variety of connections (3G, LTE, Wi-Fi, and so on), as well as offline. It’s important to offer a consistent user experience across different connection types. At the same time, there’s been a rise in the number […]

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Announcing AWS Amplify and the AWS Mobile CLI

The JavaScript ecosystem is thriving. Every day there are new use cases and functionality across web and mobile ecosystems. Developers are building highly interactive and functional applications across social, consumer, and enterprise spaces. We’ve spent a lot of time talking to these developers. They want to scale their applications quickly on cloud services, and they […]

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Push Notifications with Ionic and Amazon Pinpoint

Engaging your customers through communication channels such as push notifications is important for mobile app success. AWS services such as AWS Mobile Hub and Amazon Pinpoint enable you to do this in a scalable and cost effective manner. When using these services with development tooling like Ionic Framework you can rapidly develop modern applications to […]

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User Sign-in and Sign-up for Ionic Mobile Apps with Amazon Cognito

This post was written by Brice Pelle, AWS Technical Account Manager. In our previous blog post, we described how to secure and deploy RESTful interfaces for the Ionic Framework using the AWS SDK for JavaScript and AWS Mobile Hub, with support for authenticated and unauthenticated users. This allows guest users to use your app, with […]

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Deploy and Secure REST-based Mobile Apps with AWS Mobile Hub

This post was written by Brice Pelle, AWS Technical Account Manager. RESTful APIs are used today to power many mobile apps. Using RESTful interfaces allows developers to decouple the frontend application from the backend systems and provides standard interoperability between the two components. Controlling access to resources can be hard to set up. This usually […]

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