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watchOS and tvOS are now GA

Announcing watchOS and tvOS Support on AWS Amplify Library for Swift

We are excited to announce that Amplify Library for Swift now supports watchOS and tvOS platforms! Amplify Library for Swift allows developers building apps for the Apple platforms to easily connect and include cloud features like authentication, storage, maps, and more. Amplify Library for Swift is open source on GitHub, and we deeply appreciate the […]

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AWS Amplify supports Push Notifications for Android, Swift, React Native, and Flutter apps

AWS Amplify is announcing push notifications support for Android, Swift, Flutter, and React Native. Push notifications are an essential component of modern mobile applications. They allow you to keep your users engaged and informed by delivering timely and relevant updates. AWS Amplify’s new push notification support means you can now leverage the power of the […]

Building macOS apps using Amplify Library for Swift

The Amplify Library for Swift is now generally available for macOS. Amplify is an open-source client-side library making it easier to access a cloud backend from your front-end application code. It provides language-specific constructs to abstract low-level details of the cloud API. It helps you to integrate services such as analytics, object storage, REST or […]

One-time Password Authentication with the Amplify Libraries for Swift

There are many types of authentication flows for different apps, but using a one-time password (OTP) is one of the more mainstream authentication flows users expect from an app. An OTP flow consist of a user providing either a username or email address and receiving a code (usually 6 digits) via an email or text […]

Using Async/Await with AWS Amplify Libraries for Swift

With the release of the AWS Amplify Libraries for Swift, one of the most anticipated features is now generally available to iOS and macOS developers, async/await. Async/await is part of structured concurrency which allows developers to write asyncronous code in an easy-to-read manner by reducing the amount of callback blocks or chained operations with reactive frameworks […]

Introducing the AWS Amplify Library for Swift

The Amplify iOS team is announcing the release of version 2.0.0 of the Amplify Library for Swift. Please use this GitHub repo to inform the Amplify iOS team about features or issues, or visit the Amplify Discord server under the #swift-help channel. Highlights Below is a high-level breakdown of the features we are announcing with […]

Using Amazon Rekognition to detect celebrities in an iOS app

This article was written by Prashant Pawan Pisipati, Sr. Product Manager, Alexa. Picture yourself watching a movie or TV series. You see an actor on screen that looks very familiar, but you just can’t seem to remember their name or where you’ve seen them before. Today, if you’re watching an Amazon Prime Video, you get […]