April 29th to May 5th
Welcome to Week 17 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.
AWS Summit Madrid
AWS Summit London
Serverless Functions in Depth with AWS Amplify
Building JAMstack Applications with Gatsby and AWS Amplify Framework
AWS Summit Chicago
Chicago, United States
Amazon Aurora Serverless Data API with AWS AppSync and Amplify
Lean how modern application developers can use the new Data API to create and connect to an Aurora Serverless Database
AWS Amplify CLI, how to automatically add a user to a Cognito User Pool with a Lambda-Trigger
Want more granular control to manage your Cognito User Pools users with groups? We learn how to use CloudFormation to create groups in a Cognito UserPool and a Lambda trigger to add a user to a group, when the user signs up.
How we keep running by running a slackbot.
Building a leaderboard and run tracker for an internal employee running challenge. This is a run-through of how Kuba setup the Slack bot and used AWS Amplify to provision a GraphQL API with AppSync.
The Complete Guide to User Authentication with the Amplify Framework
The AWS Amplify Authentication modules provide Authentication APIs and building blocks for developers who want to create apps with real-world production-ready user authentication.
Building real-time offline-ready iOS apps with Swift, GraphQL & AWS AppSync
iOS Workshop: Learn how to build cloud-enabled native iOS Swift apps with AWS Amplify and connect your apps to a GraphQL API via AWS AppSync w/ Authentication
Use the Amplify Console with incoming webhooks to trigger deployments
The Amplify Console recently launched support for incoming webhooks. This feature enables you to use third-party applications such as Contentful and Zapier to trigger deployments in the Amplify Console without requiring a code commit.
AWS Amplify GraphQL Queries with TypeScript and Hooks
Using Amplify to develop apps that use GraphQL is easy. Using TypeScript along with GraphQL makes your components more dependable. See what this looks like together - with hooks!