The re:Invent recap: All the AWS Mobile sessions
AWS re:Invent 2017 was an amazing experience and it was great to connect with a lot of you! The AWS AppSync announcement was one of the awesome developer announcements of re:Invent, and we loved spreading the word about the AWS Amplify library. However, not everyone could be there – and those of you who were there might not have been able to attend all the sessions you wanted.
We’ve now posted all the AWS Mobile sessions for easy online viewing.
Learn about great new products:
- Data-driven Apps with GraphQL: AWS AppSync Deep Dive
- Real-Time and Offline Application Development using GraphQL with AWS AppSync
Enjoy new content about our existing suite of products:
- Progressive Web Apps in the Real World: Optimizing Your Web Work
- DevOps for a Mobile World: Building an iOS or Android Mobile App on AWS
- Driving Effective Digital User Engagement Using Analytics, Push Notifications, SMS Text Messages, and Email
- Architecting Cost-Effective Mobile Backends for Scale, Security, and Privacy
- Testing and Troubleshooting with AWS Device Farm
- Learn How Amazon Leverages Amazon Pinpoint to Drive Growth and Engagement with Its Popular Music Streaming Service, Amazon Music
- Easy Demographics and Campaign Management in a Mobile World Using Amazon Pinpoint
- Implement User Onboarding, Sign-Up, and Sign-In for Mobile and Web Applications with Amazon Cognito
- Tracking and Optimizing Ad Monetization for Your Mobile App
- Integrating Video in Mobile Apps and Websites
Learn about selected content from other tracks that is relevant to mobile developers:
- Amazon Aurora Serverless
- DynamoDB: What’s New
- Get Started with Serverless Computing Using AWS Lambda
- Amazon Rekognition Video
- The Open Guide to AWS: A GitHub-based Resource for Practitioners
- Introducing Amazon Sumerian Hosts
I hope you enjoy the content we put together. Let us know what your favorite announcements and sessions were.
We’ll be bringing you content on iOS, Android, React Native, and web development throughout the year. Subscribe to the AWSforMobile Twitter feed for more information.