May 13th to May 19th
Welcome to Week 19 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 Chicago
Chicago, United States
ReactJS Oslo Meetup
React Day Norway
AWS Dev Days
Toronto AWS Amplify Meetup#2
Build a multi-tenant SaaS app with AWS Amplify
Transforming REST APIs to GraphQL with AWS AppSync
Serverless Functions in Depth with AWS Amplify
Twitch Live Stream - Learn how to build, deploy, update, delete & test serverless functions using AWS Amplify. We'll also learn how to add an API endpoint to interact with the functions as well as add authentication & authorization to the APIs working within a React application.
Serverless Authentication with AWS Amplify and Vuex Modules
This article will walk through the authentication/Cognito setup, show a Vuex module for interacting with Cognito, and provide an example component to handle sign-in.
Boilerplate ReactJS AWS Amplify auth implementation
This project is intended to be a boilerplate React implementation of AWS Amplify auth that shows how easy it is to create a basic web app with protected routes using Amplify and React Context.
Invoking & Testing Serverless Functions Locally with AWS Amplify
In this video you'll learn how to invoke a serverless function locally using the Amplify CLI. You'll learn how to test a basic serverless function as well as one that proxies requests into an Express server with http endpoints.
Gatsby and AWS Amplify Authentication
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. With Amplify you can incorporate username / password based authentication as well as OAuth with Facebook, Google or Amazon.