AWS Mobile Blog

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Visualizing big data with AWS AppSync, Amazon Athena, and AWS Amplify

This article was written by Brice Pelle, Principal Technical Account Manager, AWS   Organizations use big data and analytics to extract actionable information from untapped datasets. It can be difficult for you to build an application with access to this trove of data. You want to build great applications quickly and need access to tools […]

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Integrating alternative data sources with AWS AppSync: Amazon Neptune and Amazon ElastiCache

This article was written by Josh Kahn, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS   Since its launch at AWS re:Invent 2017, AWS AppSync has grown the number of and types of natively supported data sources. Today, AppSync supports NoSQL (Amazon DynamoDB), search (Amazon Elasticsearch Service), and relational (Amazon Aurora Serverless) data sources among others. AppSync allows customers […]

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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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Deploy files stored on Amazon S3, Dropbox, or your Desktop to the AWS Amplify Console

This article was written by Nikhil Swaminathan, Sr. Product Manager, AWS. AWS Amplify recently launched a manual deploy option, providing you with the ability to host a static web app without connecting to a Git repository. You can deploy files stored on your desktop, Amazon S3, or files stored with any cloud provider. The Amplify […]

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Invoke AWS services directly from AWS AppSync

* Written by Josh Kahn, Senior AWS Solutions Architect based in Chicago, IL. AWS AppSync is a managed GraphQL service that enables developers to easily build data-driven mobile and web applications. Using a serverless backend, you can build a GraphQL API by connecting AWS AppSync to various data sources—including Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Lambda, and Amazon […]

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React serverless starter application with one-click AWS deployment and hosting

Serverless applications are more popular every day. Many developers want to implement completely serverless hosted websites that are functionally equivalent to traditional infrastructures. However, with serverless websites, it’s often tricky to deal with registration, sign-in, and MFA flows. It can also be difficult to manage API routing, CORS settings, endpoint authorization, and user authentication. Hooking […]

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Enhanced JavaScript development with AWS Mobile Hub

Introduction As the JavaScript ecosystem grows, we continue to invest to help customers build mobile and hybrid apps. Today, we released a feature in AWS Mobile Hub called Hosting and Streaming. This feature automates deployment of mobile websites in both test and production scenarios using Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront. It also helps developers streamline […]

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Targeted push notifications and campaign management using Amazon Pinpoint and React Native

This post was authored by Michael Labieniec, AWS Solutions Architect Amazon Pinpoint makes it easy to run targeted campaigns to drive user engagement with mobile apps. Using Amazon Pinpoint you can understand user behavior, determine which users to engage with your campaigns, determine which messages to send, schedule the best time to deliver the messages, […]

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Streaming videos to millions of mobile app users via Amazon CloudFront CDN

Update: October 30, 2018 AWS Mobile Hub console has changed the interface significantly since this article was originally published. In addition, the iOS Swift Sample App provided by Mobile Hub is also no longer available. This is a very popular solution, however, with the changes above, the article would need to be completely re-written to […]

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