April 22nd to April 28th
Welcome to Week 16 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.
Building Fullstack Serverless apps
In recent years there have been huge shifts in both back-end and front-end development. As clients become more and more stateful, the services backing them become slimmer and stateless. The complexity of managing all of these tiny services and functions is being abstracted away, allowing those without devops skills to take advantage of serverless technologies.
Building a serverless React app with GraphQL API, AWS Amplify a and Crowdbotics
In this tutorial, we are going to build and integrate a React application with a serverless tool provided in the form AWS Amplify Framework. Amplify is an open source library for serverless development. It makes it easier to build a serverless backend and integrate it with front-end.
How to Set Up End-to-End Tests for Android With Zero Code
AWS Device Farm is an app testing service that lets you test your app on hundreds of real Android devices in the cloud. Did you know you can test your Android apps at scale on real mobile devices without having to write any automated testing code?
Login with Amazon for iOS
This video provides a step-by-step guide to adding Login with Amazon identity provider to an iOS app and federating those identities with Amazon Cognito Federated Identity Pool
Beginner Guide - How to add Amplify backend to your React project with ease!
Aim of this project is to teach absolute beginners on how to add Amplify backend to their frontend project. This project is built with React and completely relies on local state for data. We convert this app step by step to store data on DynamoDB by calling REST APIs. We will also add authentication and learn how to store some user attributes in Cognito.