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fullstack NextJS with MongoDB AD

The fullstack guide to using AWS AppSync and MongoDB Atlas

AWS AppSync is a fully managed service that makes it simple to build scalable APIs for web and mobile applications. It allows you to create APIs that access data from a variety of sources, including databases, serverless functions, and other AWS services. With AWS AppSync, you can build APIs that support real-time data via WebSockets, […]

Feature Launch: Deploy a fullstack Next.js 13 app with AWS CDK

Deploy a NextJS 13 application to Amplify with the AWS CDK

Modern application development often includes features such as authentication, API setup, and file storage. In a previous post we saw how AWS Amplify and the AWS CDK manage the undifferentiated heavy-lifting of standing up these services. However, without a hosting platform your customers would never see your product. Fortunately, AWS Amplify Hosting is a platform […]

Creating serverless GraphQL APIs from RDS databases with AWS AppSync and PostGraphile

GraphQL is a query language for APIs that provides an understandable description of the data in your API, and that allows clients to ask for data in the shape that they need it. GraphQL helps developers implement applications faster, by giving developers the ability to query multiple databases, microservices, and APIs with a single GraphQL […]

Enhancing Live Sports with the new AWS AppSync filtering capabilities

This article was written by Stefano Sandrini, Principal Solutions Architect, AWS With AWS AppSync you can create serverless GraphQL APIs that simplify application development by providing a single endpoint to securely access data from multiple data sources, and leverage GraphQL subscriptions to implement engaging real-time application experiences by automatically publishing data updates to subscribed API […]

Implement Multi-Region Serverless (and Functionless) WebSocket Pub/Sub APIs with AWS AppSync and Amazon EventBridge

AWS AppSync allows developers to easily implement engaging real-time application experiences by automatically publishing data updates to subscribed API clients via serverless WebSockets connections. With built-in support for WebSockets, AppSync can seamlessly push data to clients that choose to listen to specific events from the backend. This means that you can easily and effortlessly make […]

Create real-time applications via serverless WebSockets with new AWS AppSync GraphQL subscriptions filtering capabilities

With AWS AppSync you can create serverless GraphQL APIs that simplify application development by providing a single endpoint to securely query or update data from multiple data sources, and leverage GraphQL subscriptions to implement engaging real-time application experiences by automatically publishing data updates to subscribed API clients via serverless WebSockets connections. Taking advantage of GraphQL subscriptions […]

Client A inserted data into the AWS AppSync endpoint in Ireland. This data was in turn inserted into Amazon DynamoDB, which replicated the data to Sydney. In Sydney, Amazon DynamoDB streams trigger AWS Lambda functions which notify the AWS AppSync endpoint to the new data. Client C receives the new data via its subscription

Multi Region Deployment of AWS AppSync with Amazon DynamoDB Global Tables

As organizations grow, they often need to serve geographically dispersed users with low latency, prompting them to have a distributed global infrastructure in the cloud. By leveraging the AWS Global Network to deploy applications into multiple AWS Regions, organizations can allow their users to connect to an API endpoint in the Region with the lowest […]

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 […]

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

UPDATE: Amplify Hosting now supports Next.js 12 and 13. Please visit our new launch blog to learn more. 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 […]

Swift Package Manager Support for Amplify

This article was written by Kyle Lee, AWS Senior Developer Advocate Up until now, if you wanted to use AWS Amplify in your iOS app, you would have to install the Amplify Libraries using CocoaPods. Being the most popular dependency manager used for iOS projects written in Objective-C and/or Swift for nearly a decade, it […]