May 27th to June 2nd
Welcome to Week 21 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.
Localization with AWS Amplify
Translate your application dynamically in multiple languages with AWS Amplify's I18n module. This tutorial will teach you how to use Amplify's internationalization.
An Intro to the Power of Serverless with AWS Amplify
This post dives in to building a real-time visitor counter leverage AWS Amplify and AppSync GraphQL (with subscriptions), exploring the opinionated but flexible capabilities of Amplify.
Custom user authentication using Vuetify and Amplify
In this video tutorial we will customize our signup page with a custom design and then proceed with other other pages like login, confirmSingup and forgot password pages.
Amplify Framework adds support for AWS Lambda functions and Amazon DynamoDB custom indexes in GraphQL schemas
In this blog, we’ll walk through how to add an AWS Lambda function as a data source for your AppSync API and setting up Amazon DynamoDB custom indexes in your GraphQL schemas
Build your first full-stack serverless app with Angular and AWS Amplify
Build flexible, scalable, and reliable apps with AWS Amplify
Deploy a GraphQL API with Authentication & Authorization in 8 minutes with AWS Amplify & AWS AppSync
In this video you'll learn how to create and deploy a new Amplify application complete with authentication and a GraphQL API. You'll also learn how to configure the API with rules around authorization and fine-grained access control for performing queries and mutations.
Security and Data in React - React Europe 2019
This talk gives details on lessons learned and solutions the AWS Amplify team encountered over the past year when working with customers building applications, and the differences implementing across React and React Native
Setting up a custom domain with the Amplify Console
In this video we will walkthrough how to connect a custom domain to your web app using the Amplify Console. We will also learn how to register a domain name using Amazon Route 53.
Continuous Delivery using the Amplify Console
In this video we will learn how to create a continuous delivery pipeline using the Amplify Console. We will first connect our source repository and then push changes to our repo to update the site.
Continuous Deployment for Hugo With AWS Amplify
Learn how to build a Continuous Delivery pipeline for Hugo, using the AWS Amplify Console