April 1st to April 7th
Welcome to Week 13 of the AWS Amplify newsletter - a weekly roundup of the articles, podcasts, and videos that are relevant to developers who utilize the AWS platform for building great mobile and modern web applications.
Creating a Quasar Framework application with AWS Amplify services (Part 1/4)
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create and deploy a Quasar V1.0 (beta) application using the AWS amplify CLI. We will bring in authentication using AWS Cognito, a API (GraphQL) layer from AWS AppSync configured for a DynamoDB back-end and AWS ElasticSearch, hosting through Amplify Console.
Amplify Framework simplifies configuration for OAuth flows, the hosted UI, and AR/VR scenes
In this release of Amplify, you can now set up the Amazon Cognito hosted UI and OAuth from the Amplify CLI. This enables you to use Amazon Cognito user pools to set up federation between various identity providers (such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook) from the Amplify CLI.
Passwordless SMS Authentication Backend
In this article, we will walk through implementing the backend solution for a custom passwordless SMS authentication flow using Amazon Cognito.
AWS Amplify Auth & Angular RxJS Simple State Management
Take a look at how we can manage our authentication and user state in a very Angular-esque way without any state management libraries, like Redux, NGRX, apollo-link-state, MobX, Akita or NGXS
Introducing AWS Amplify Video
Introducing AWS Amplify Video – an open source plugin for the Amplify CLI that makes it easy to incorporate video streaming into your mobile and web applications powered by AWS Amplify.
How to Build a Real-time Collaborative Markdown Editor with React Hooks, GraphQL & AWS AppSync
A collaborative markdown editor with features of real-time comment by participants on different sections. (Google docs, but with markdown)
GraphQL Serverless Real-Time Reference Architecture with AWS AppSync
Today we’re publishing our first AWS AppSync real-time reference architecture, with sample code that will make it easier to understand and apply best practices to your next collaborative real-time application development project. Deploy it to the Amplify Console with a single click.